All 67 Sheriff’s In Florida Vow To Support 2nd Amendment!

Nullification. Courtesy of Guns Save Lives.

According to Watchdogwire.com, all 67 FL sheriffs have “announced that they will not enforce laws that violate the Constitution or infringe on the rights of the people to own firearms.”

This show of support was unanimous and included bi-partisan support.

The sheriffs added today are:
Alachua County Sheriff Sadie Darnell
Baker County Sheriff Jerry B. Dobson
Broward County Sheriff Scott J. Israel
Calhoun County Sheriff Glenn H. Kimbrell
Charlotte County Sheriff William G. Prummell
Citrus County Sheriff Jeffrey J. DawsyCollier County Sheriff Kevin J. Rambosk

Columbia County Sheriff Mark A. Hunter

Desoto County Sheriff William P. Wise
Dixie County Sheriff Dewey H. Hatcher
Duval-Jacksonville County Sheriff John H. Rutherford
Escambia County Sheriff Thelbert “David” Morgan
Flagler County Sheriff James Manfre
Franklin County Sheriff Mike Mock
Gadsden County Sheriff Morris A. Young
Gilchrist County Sheriff Bobby Schultz
Glades County Sheriff Stuart Whiddom
Gulf County Sheriff Mike Harrison
Hamilton County Sheriff Jay Harvey Reid
Hardee County Sheriff Arnold Lanier
Hendry County Sheriff Stephen Whidden
Hernando County Sheriff Al Nienhuis
Highlands County Sheriff Susan Benton
Hillsborough County Sheriff David A. Gee
Holmes County Sheriff Tim Brown
Indian River County Deryl B. Loar
Jackson County Sheriff Louis S. Roberts III
Jefferson County Sheriff David C. Hobbs
Lafayette County Sheriff Brian N. Lamb
Lake County Sheriff Gary Borders
Lee County Sheriff Mike Scott
Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell
Levy County Sheriff Bobby McCallum
Liberty County Sheriff Nick Finch
Madison County Sheriff Benjamin Stewart
Manatee County Sheriff W. Brad Stuebe
Marion County Sheriff Chris Blair
Miami-Dade County Sheriff J.D. Patterson
Monroe County Sheriff Rick Ramsay
Nassau County Sheriff Bill Leeper
Okaloosa County Sheriff Larry R. Ashley
Okeechobee County Sheriff Paul C. May
Orange County Sheriff Jerry L. Demmings
Osceola County Sheriff Bob Hansell
Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric L. Bradford
Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco
Pinellas County Sheriff Robert “Bob” Gualtieri
Putnam County Sheruff Jeff Hardy
St. Johns County Sheriff David B. Shoar
St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken Mascara
Santa Rosa County Sheriff O. Wendell Hall
Sarasota County Sheriff tom Knight
Seminole County Sheriff Donald Eslinger
Sumter County Sheriff William O. Farnsworth
Suwannee County Sheriff Tony G. Cameron
Taylor County Sheriff L.E. “Bummy” Williams
Union County Sheriff Jerry Whitehead
Volusia County Sheriff Ben F. Johnson
Wakulla County Sheriff Charlie Creel
Walton County Sheriff Michael A. Adkinson
Washington County Sheriff Robert Haddock

 

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http://watchdogwire.com/florida/2013/02/17/all-67-florida-co…

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7 Responses to All 67 Sheriff’s In Florida Vow To Support 2nd Amendment!

  1. Locke n Load says:

    This is grass roots.
    This is Tea Party pt2.
    THIS is how we take the statehouses and push Nullification as a national strategy.

    It can be peacefull. It doesn’t have to be a divorce, not if we can break them this way

  2. Dennis Habern says:

    The time for diplomacy is over. The time for action is now.

    It took our former colonists the courage to retaliate against a

    dictorial government in 1776, therefore, we modern Americans

    need to mirror the same daring as our forefathers in getting rid

    of the Moron that currently takes up space in the White House

    and his boyfriend, George Soros. When these two miserable

    misfits are removed from the political scene, the U.S. will be

    permitted once again rise to the fame and power that She has

    known in the past. Either we Americans resurrect “THE FRENCH

    REVOLUTION OF 1789,” with all of its violence to finally send a

    direct message to Congress and their Communistic adminstration

    that their days are number, OR, a military COUP ensues before.

    • notamobster says:

      Dennis – Dangerous line you’re tip-toeing, there (and you’re dancing right on top of it). Be sure to stay on the right side of it.

      It is nowhere near the time “we Americans resurrect the French Revolution”, an armed revolt and begin cutting heads off of the political class. You strike me as a rabble rouser.

      Have you thought through exactly what the result of that level of violence would be for our children and families? What kind of madman would want that, or a military coup, when legal means still exist to change the course our country is headed down?

      I’d like to have this debate with you. Explain to me, why exactly, you think it’s time to start killing people? The French revolution led to Robespierre and the ‘reign of terror’, which eventually ceded power to Napoleon – a tiny madman, with a penchant for getting people killed. Why should we model the future of our nation on such irresponsible behavior, and what Constitutional reference could you offer to support as much?

    • R.D. Walker says:

      The French Revolution was not only hard core leftist, it was built around something called “The Terror”, a period of radical, leftist violence that was the stuff of Stalin’s purges and Pol Pot’s killing fields. Calling for that sort of thing in America is beyond reprehensible.

      Do not advocate violence against your fellow Americans or armed insurrection on this forum or your comments will be deleted and you will be banned. This is your only warning.

  3. Jim22 says:

    Will DHS or some other federal agency arrest these dissenting sheriffs? I have no doubt that just that is being discussed in Washington DC.

    Once the leading supporters of the second amendment are in the gulag who will stand up to the feds?

  4. notamobster says:

    At that point, it’s up to each man, himself.

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