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Pro-Life 'Personhood Ohio' Auctioning Assault Rifles

| by Michael Allen
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Patrick Johnston, the founder of Personhood Ohio, is auctioning off his personal assault rifles and 2,500 rounds of ammunition to raise money for his pro-life organization.

Johnston stated in an e-newsletter to supporters on Sunday: “What do you do when you have a Personhood mailing to 20,000 pro-life Ohioans that costs $5,500 and only have $2,900 in your Personhood account? I’m selling some of my favorite things — some powerful rifles and ammo. I'm a firm believer that the Second Amendment protects the future of freedom, but not as much as justice for the preborn. See, if God's against you, your guns won't help you at all."

Johnston added: "The shedding of innocent blood will bring God's wrath on the land — and then you can wave freedom goodbye. So protecting Ohio's children is more important than securing your right to keep and bear arms."

However, Johnston made no mention of the shedding of innocent lives via an assault weapon.

According to Plunderbund.com, the deadly weapons to be auctioned include a Mak 90 with a 30-round and 100-round magazines and Chinese SKS with five high capacity magazines.

The pro-life head is also auctioning .280 Remington and .243 Winchester rifles, which both include scopes. Finally, Johnston is selling off 2,500 rounds of ammunition in three boxes with 850 rounds each.

Johnston, who has seven children and works as a osteopath, has been linked to some anti-abortion groups that advocate violence, reported the Colorado Independent.

Source: Personhood Ohio, Colorado Independent, Plunderbund.com