West Virginia Plans To Accept Virginia Counties That Secede Over Tyrannical Gun Control Laws

As the government of Virginia move closer
to enacting tyrannical gun confiscation measures, the West Virginia Legislature has introduced
a resolution, which, if passed, will grant Constitution-friendly Virginia counties the
right to secede and join West Virginia. The legislation, which was introduced Tuesday,
is set to provide for an election to be held “for the admission of certain counties and
independent cities of the Commonwealth of Virginia to be admitted to the State of West
Virginia as constituent counties.” The measure would be enacted under the provisions
of Article VI, Section 11 of the Constitution of West Virginia. Many infringements of civil liberties by the
government of Richmond are cited by the legislation. “In the latest, and most evident, in this
string of grievances,” the resolution reads, “The government at Richmond now seeks to
place intolerable restraints upon the rights guaranteed under the Second Amendment of the
United States Constitution to the citizens of that Commonwealth.” The legislation “extends an invitation to
our fellow Virginians who wish to do so, to join us in our noble experiment of 156 years
of separation from the government at Richmond.” “We extend an invitation to any constituent
county or city of the Commonwealth of Virginia to be admitted to the body politic of the
State of West Virginia, under the conditions set forth in our state Constitution, specifically,
with the consent of a majority of the voters of such county or city voting upon such proposition.” The measure also assures Virginia citizens
that “their firearms rights shall be protected to the fullest extent possible under our Federal
and State Constitutions.” West Virginian lawmakers are determined to
save Virginian citizens from the tyrannical Democrat government in Richmond. AP report: The West Virginia Senate adopted
a resolution by voice vote Monday to remind residents of Frederick County, Virginia, that
the county has a standing invite — from 1862 — to become part of West Virginia. It now goes to the House of Delegates. The resolution was introduced by Morgan County
Republican Charles Trump, whose district borders Frederick County. Trump was born in Winchester, the seat of
Frederick, which is Virginia’s northernmost county. A message left for Frederick County Board
of Supervisors chairman at large Chuck DeHaven wasn’t immediately returned Monday. But he told the Herald-Mail of Hagerstown,
Maryland, last week that Frederick County has no interest in becoming part of West Virginia. Frederick was formed in 1743, and much of
it later was carved out to create several other counties. It remains much closer to Richmond, at 136
miles, than West Virginia’s state capitol of Charleston, at 268 miles. West Virginia, born in 1863 during the Civil
War, is the only state to be formed by seceding from a Confederate state. Some Virginia border counties were given the
choice to become part of the new state if their residents approved. Berkeley and Jefferson counties gave their
nod, siding with the Union. Trump said a vote was never taken in Frederick
County, which ended up nearly surrounded on three sides by the northern neighbor. Monday’s resolution “is simply to remind
them, make them aware, that they have an invitation … that was extended 158 years ago,” Trump
said on the Senate floor.

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