Anti-SAFE Act rally
Thousands gathered at Empire State Plaza Tuesday to protest the New York SAFE Act. Posted on April 1, 2014.
Celebrity billionaire Donald Trump spoke at the pro-gun rally in Albany on Tuesday, voicing his opposition to the NY SAFE Act.
Buffalo businessman Carl Paladino introduced Donald Trump as “the next governor of New York State” on stage at the gun rights rally on Tuesday. Paladino was the 2010 Republican candidate for governor.
A person in the crowd at the pro-gun rally on the Empire State Plaza held a sign that read, “I’ll keep my money, my freedom (and) my guns (and) you can keep the ‘change.’”
A band played on stage at the pro-gun rally in Albany on Tuesday singing songs about freedom and America.
Hundreds of people held signs at the gun rally saying they will not comply with Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s NY SAFE Act.
One sign in the crowd at the pro-gun rally read, “Kiss my assault stick, Andy-boy.”
Thousands of people gathered on the Empire State Plaza to rally against the state’s Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act, which was passed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo last year.
A veteran brought a life-size Gov. Andrew Cuomo doll, portrayed as a puppet hanging from strings. The sign read, “I have $33 million in my war chest, you can’t touch me!”