Kentucky’s Governor Matt Bevin tries to work cooperatively with everyone in the Kentucky General Assembly. But regarding the debate over constitutional carry in the Bluegrass State, he’s heard enough doomsday hyperbole.
So when push came to shove, he offered a very pointed and memorable bit of advice to those who tried to talk him out of his support for the Second Amendment.
Bevin told WKYT-TV last week:
“[The proposed law] doesn’t break new ground. It simply says that people do indeed have the right to keep and bear arms,” said Gov Bevin. “… For those people who are offended at this idea and don’t like it, there are other places in America where they could live.”
Ouch. That will leave a mark.