held in 47 countries to protest against the legislative proposals announced by Barack Obama
Thousands of supporters gathered peacefully Saturday cannon capitals around the U.S. to protest against stricter limits on firearms, with demonstrators armed with rifles and pistols in some places, while in other places set to shake the hand scribbled signs or shouting is hoarse.
activists promote "Guns Across America" ??rallies mainly through social media. More than 18,000 people RSVP on Facebook, and concentrations began at noon, in 47 states.
The size of the crowd at each location varies from dozens of people in South Dakota and 2,000 in New York. Large crowds also proved in Connecticut, Tennessee and Texas. Some protesters in Phoenix, Arizona, and Salem, Oregon, came with his holster pistols or rifles on their backs. In Frankfort, Kentucky, participants received a special round of applause for "ladies are packin."
In Baton Rouge, Louisiana, more than 200 people, mostly white, middle-aged men, seemed to show their displeasure with Obama 23 new decrees and his attempt to restore the Weapons of assault.In New York, the state capital, Albany, about 2,000 people attended a rally cold. Many participants wore American flags and "Do not Tread on Me" banners.