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Gun Rights Activists Looking To Arm MO Blacks With Rifles 

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Oath Keepers, a group of gun rights activists, are now trying to get AR-15 rifles in the hands of Black residents for a march in St. Louis County advocating the rights yielded with Missouri’s open-carry law. The head of the St. Louis chapter says he is leading the march because members were told they could not carry their weapons openly in public and is claiming that journalists Joe Biggs and Jakari Jackson of asked for the Oath Keepers’ presence. Biggs and Jackson have denied making such a request. Local police chief Jon Belmar has spoken out against the group, saying he is concerned that their work is inflammatory and will only incite unnecessary violence. Read more at The Root.

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