Yavapai Patriots to Meet

Yavapai County’s newest patriot group, Yavapai Patriots, will hold their monthly luncheon meeting this Saturday, August 29th,  at the Los Pinos restaurant in Prescott.  Yavapai Patriots is a group of concerned citizens and  conservative activists but is unaffiliated with any  political party. The group was organized to promote public awareness of issues of  growing concern to patriots of a conservative stripe, including the erosion of personal  freedom, threats from statists and leftists to constitutional government, and attacks  from leftists and elitists in the media on the traditional  culture and values of  the  historic American nation.

The newly founded group held its first meeting June 20th,  with former Attorney General Tom Horne as the keynote speaker along with several other conservative candidates for state and local office.  This Saturday’s meeting will feature  former Graham County Sheriff and founder of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association,  Richard Mack.  He will  speak on the growing threat to the Second Amendment from leftist groups such as  Antifa and BLM and the underlying agenda of those promoting civil unrest across the  nation.

Sheriff Mack is an author and speaker and award winning law enforcement official who is the recipient of the NRA Law Officer of the Year award and has been a member of the NRA Hall of Fame since 1995.    He gained national recognition for his successful challenge to the constitutionality of the Brady Bill which resulted in a landmark Supreme Court decision holding key provisions of the Brady Bill unconstitutional under the 10th Amendment.

The general public is cordially invited to attend this month’s meeting of the Yavapai Patriots.   There is no admission fee for the program. A buffet lunch is available for $12.00.  Los Pinos Restaurant is located at 1245 White Spar Road in Prescott, Arizona. The luncheon will begin at 12 pm: meeting called to order at 1 pm.  Those wishing to  attend should RSVP to  YavapaiPatriots@gmail.com

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2 thoughts on “Yavapai Patriots to Meet”

  1. I’m intrigued by your group and would very much like to attend one if your meetings as a member of the public. Unfortunately, I just saw your announcement about tomorrow and already have plans that I cannot change. When do you plan for your next meeting and will the public be welcome?

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