Shan’t Tread Poster


This comes from a mixture of “Shall not be infringed” and “Don’t tread on me” the former being the closing phrase of the 2nd Amendment in the Bill of Rights which protect American’s right to bear arms and the latter being an American Revolutionary War battle cry expressing American patriotism and the idea that, like a snake, Americans will bite back against tyranny. Together, “Shan’t Tread” gives synergy to the idea that the 2nd Amendment is proof that Americans have the natural right to self defense, to both direct personal harm, and to tyrannical overreach of their own government.

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Shan't Tread Poster

11" x 17" Foam Core Sign, 11" x 17" Poster Paper Sign