Glendale Community College YAL Hosts former Sheriff Mack

The YAL chapter at Glendale Community College started the spring 2016 semester strong with an informative presentation by constitutional Sheriff Richard Mack. Liberty activists and ordinary students alike were exposed to the corruption within today’s criminal justice system and heard the former Graham County Sheriff’s insight on our broken system.  
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Sheriff Mack explained that he’s the only sheriff in history to successfully sue the federal government for violating the second amendment in Mack V. United States. Sheriff Mack encouraged the youth generation to fight against federal gun control of any measure to ensure the people’s unalienable right to bear arms remains protected for generations to come. Students were also informed of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association and the Country Sheriff Project; both of which were founded by Sheriff Mack himself and refuse to enforce federal laws barring civilians of their second amendment right.

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Mack’s speech was followed by a Q & A session in which several students, parents, and elderly people were intrigued by their power to supersede Congress and block gun control. The sheriff’s speech covered a variety of topics including the second amendment, how to return power back to the people and how to take back our educational system. It also covered corruption within law enforcement, and what every individual liberty activist can do to make a difference.
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