The Michigan Secretary of State has banned the open carry of firearms within 100 feet of polling places.
The theory is that open carry of weapons at a polling place is a clear attempt to intimidate, which it is.
Needless to say, the ammosexual crowd are squealing like the pigs that they are:
Michigan is prohibiting the open carry of guns within 100 feet of polling places amid fears of voter intimidation during the pivotal Nov. 3 election, prompting criticism from the National Rifle Associationand the possibility of a lawsuit from Second Amendment advocates.
Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson sent guidance to local election officials on Friday — 18 days before Election Day — to clarify that the open carry of firearms on Election Day in polling places, clerk’s offices and absent voter counting boards is banned.
“The presence of firearms at the polling place, clerk’s office(s), or absent voter counting board may cause disruption, fear or intimidation for voters, election workers and others present,” the new guidance says.
Open carry these days is primarily an attempt to intimidate people that the ammosexual crowd disagree with. It has been for decades.
The intent is to terrorize their opponents, and they should be treated as such.