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Wednesday, 02/12/2014 - 07:07 am EST

Ohio National Guard Training Their Folks About Second-Amendment Supporting, "Right-Wing Terrorists"

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Apparently, Ohio's National Guard conducted a training drill last January that portrayed Second Amendment supporters with "anti-government" opinions as "domestic terrorists." 

The ONG 52nd Civil Support Team training scenario involved a plot from local school district employees to use biological weapons in order to advance their beliefs about “protecting Gun Rights and Second Amendment rights.”

Portsmouth Chief of Police Bill Raisin told NBC 3 WSAZ-TV in Huntington, West Virginia that the drill accurately represented “the reality of the world we live in,” adding that such training “helps us all be prepared.”

Last year, the Team did the same thing, only they used a left-wing "terrorist" group in the scenario.  The county ended up issuing an apology.  Weirdly enough, they haven't issued any apologies yet to folks that have guns simply because the United States Constitution gives them the freaking right to have them.

On a side note, this country has gone and lost its mind.

Update at 9:50 am on 2/12/2014, a statement from the National Guard:  "The exercise — one of more than 20 the Team did last year — was designed to test team members' ability to respond to an unknown chemical, biological, radiological or high-yield explosive incident. To maximize the realism of the exercise, the Ohio National Guard wasn't involved in the creation or execution of the exercise's fictitious scenario and was deliberately not informed of its details in advance. It's not accurate to suggest that certain details of the exercise somehow reflect views or opinions of officials of the Ohio National Guard."

So, whoever DID create the scenario is the person that should apologize to those who still believe in the U.S. Constitution.  Alrighty then.

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