Emily Miller, a reporter for WTTG, Washington D.C.'s Fox affiliate, spoke at a pro-gun rally for Virginia Citizens Defense League (VCDL) on Jan. 19 in Richmond, Virginia.
"You know, it's great to be in Virginia, which is part of America where you recognize the Second Amendment. I came from D.C. this morning, which is not part of America, because they don't recognize the Second Amendment," said Miller, noted MediaMatters.org (video below).
Towards the end of her speech (video below), Miller stated, "I don't call myself pro-gun, I call myself pro-Second Amendment because a gun is a tool, and this fight that we're all in, this fight is for freedom, the freedom for the Bill of Rights."
The VCDL notes on its website that it opposes Virginia bill that would "prohibit a person who has been convicted of stalking, sexual battery, assault and battery of a family or household member, brandishing a firearm, or two or more convictions of assault and battery from purchasing, possessing, or transporting a firearm."
The VCDL warned its members about flash mobs of black people in a July 1, 2011 newsletter:
"If you are standing around and see a group of twenty young urban thugs about two blocks away yelling, "kill whitey," and lookin at your reflection in the store window, realize that you have not been in the sun in a while, here is my advice - "RUN" ... If you cannot avoid, attack...brutally and viciously. This is not the time to worry about some goofbal (sic) fearmonger's articles about being sued, nor about anything of the sort. It is time to deploy your weapons and attack the leaders. Listne (sic) folks, there is disparity of force by the sheer number against you and the knowledge you have based on thse (sic) prior flash mob events."