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West Columbia Police Chief Dennis Tyndall to Speak at 2nd Amendment Rights Rally at SC Statehouse

West Columbia Police Chief, and candidate for Lexington County Sheriff, Dennis Tyndall, will be speaking at the ‘Don’t Tread on Me’ Gun Rights Across America 2nd Amendment Rally this Saturday, February 28th at 1pm at the South Carolina State House.

Guns Rights Across America (GRAA) is an organization supporting 2nd amendment rights with the goal of firearms, liberty and freedom. Chief Tyndall will be speaking about the importance of protecting 2nd amendment rights. Other speakers include Larry Pratt of Guns Owners of America, Representative Alan Clemmons, Senator Lee Bright, Bill Frady of Lock-N-Load Radio, and many more.

“Rights without remedy are no rights at all. The second amendment is what protects all of our rights and freedoms. I’m excited to address this crowd of patriots and to celebrate our 2nd amendment rights on Saturday,” said Chief Dennis Tyndall.

Please come out and support Chief Tyndall as he speaks about the importance of protecting our 2nd amendment rights on the front steps of our State Capitol (1100 Gervais St.) in downtown Columbia at 1 pm.

To find out more about Chief Dennis Tyndall, follow the campaign on Facebook and Twitter or visit the campaign website.

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