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Reality Check: VP Biden, “No law abiding citizens fears 2nd amendment infringement”

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Hundreds of people turned out across the Tri-State this weekend for what was billed as a "Day of Resistance."

These are peace protests in support of the second amendment.

Are these people really concerned about their second amendment rights?  Vice President Joe Biden says "No."

Ben has the Reality Check you won't see anywhere else.

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