We here at Texas and U.S. Law Shield usually don’t get surprised when we hear stories about citizens being asked to disarm in certain businesses and buildings. But a report from Oklahoma raised our eyebrows.
More than 40 Oklahoma sheriffs decided to leave the state capitol building after they were asked to disarm, KTUL-TV in Tulsa reports.
Wagoner County Sheriff Bob Colber told the television station, “One of the senators, who they wouldn’t tell us, complained because we were armed in the building.”
Then Colber said the sheriffs were given a choice — disarm or leave.
“So we all packed up and left,” Colbert told KTUL.
The sheriffs were on an annual trip to Oklahoma City to meet with politicians and lobby.
Do you agree with many commenters on the KTUL story that the complaining politician needs to be named?