Here’s an email TTAG received from Virginia . . .
My name is Ken West, I am a volunteer with the Culpeper County 2A group. We have been advocating for Second Amendment rights and pushing our local representatives to support our civil rights. You have had several posts involving our Sheriff, Scott Jenkins.
We have roughly 2,500 members in our group. On one of our Facebook forums a member posted that we should be doing something for our community as the local agencies are strained in dealing with COVID19.
He mentioned picking up trash on the roadside. I commented that while this service was good, we should do something impactful like delivering food or medications to elderly and shut-ins in the county.
Patrick Heelen is our lead organizer of our group, he asked me to run with it, so I did. We put out a request for volunteers to step up and help. The goal being to 1) help our neighbors and 2) demonstrate to everyone that the staunch supporters of the Second Amendment are their neighbors and are people who protect and aid in a time of need.
We aren’t the image the media tries to paint us with.
We have organized into four teams of 6 and 7 members with team leaders directing their squads. We’ve been delivering food packages to the elderly and other at-risk individuals and we produced this video to help our volunteers stay safe.