Bill of rights banquet eyes gun bans, remonstrance project

Chris Brown takes the oath of office as sheriff of Cleburne County, Ark. He is the speaker at the annual bill of rights dinner Dec. 14 in Dayton, Tenn., and insists he will reject any order or law that offends the rights of the people in his county to bear arms. (Photo Cleburne County FB page)

The coming year is critical due to the threats from “Red Flag Laws,” one of the most flagrant violation of American liberties since the revolutionary war.

By David Tulis / NoogaRadio 92.7 FM

“Never in our history has there been such an open assault to take your weapons without a warrant,” says June Griffin, sponsor in Dayton, Tenn., of the annual bill of rights banquet.

I plan to attend, and hope you will join me and other constitution-loving people. I hope to see you in Dayton for an exciting evening.

June Griffin of Dayton, Tenn., a matron of the constitution, is among the many tens of thousands of Tennesseans oppressed by the driver license statute. She is the person who organizes the annual bill of rights dinner in Dayton. (Photo David Tulis)

Speakers include:

➤ Arkansas Sheriff Chris Brown, whose letter showing this danger received 38,000 immediate positive responses.

➤ Tennessee remonstrance activist John Gentry of Goodlettsville, who will give lurid details of the downfall of the legal system, the unlawful alteration of the state constitution and our form of government, and the means to correct the out-of-control court system.

➤ Dr. Dan Eichenbaum, commissioner in Cherokee County, N.C., whose patriotic masterpiece became the framework for gun sanctuary resolutions circulating in Tennessee counties. Tentative.

The banquet is held at the Rhea County welcome center, 107 Main Street, Dayton, Tennessee 37321.  Dress is semi-formal. A check for $25 should be made payable to J. B. Griffin and mailed to 265 Crestview Lane, Dayton, TN 37321. Adults $25. Under 12 Yrs. $12.

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