This Sheriff Has Had Enough With Terrorists! His Call To Americans Needs To Go Viral!


Good guys can legally own guns and qualify for carry permits. Most criminals do not have legal weapons. Bad guys want illegal guns so they can toss them and not get caught. If traitor Obama takes the guns from the good guys, then the bad guys will have a field day robbing and murdering.

Wake up, people! The San Bernardino terrorists targeted “gun free” zones. I wished I lived in Ulster County, New York so I could be protected by Sheriff Paul Van Blarcum.

Now here’s a sheriff who understands the citizens of his county and understands the law.


Paul J. Van Blarcum, the sheriff of Ulster County, New York, posted an open letter on Facebook to his neighbors and fellow county residents:

December 3, 2015


In light of recent events that have occurred in the United States and around the world I want to encourage citizens of Ulster County who are licensed to carry a firearm to PLEASE DO SO.

I urge you to responsibly take advantage of your legal right to carry a firearm. To ensure the safety of yourself and others, make sure you are comfortable and proficient with your weapon, and knowledgeable of the laws in New York State with regards to carrying a weapon and when it is legal to use it.

I also want to remind all Police/Peace Officers both active duty and retired to please carry a weapon whenever you leave your house. We are the thin blue line that is entrusted in keeping this country safe, and we must be prepared to act at any given moment.

Thank you,
Paul J. Van Blarcum
Ulster County Sheriff

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Thank you, Sheriff Blarcum, for reminding people that there is a Constitution of America which allows citizens to be armed. You are a great man. Tell us what you think about the sheriff’s decision to make this public declaration!

H/T: RightScoop

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