No signs, but they do seem to like armed guards...
Video: anti-gun journalists and politicians reject ‘gun free zone’ signs
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Project Veritas, masquerading as a newly formed gun control group called “Citizens Against Senseless Violence,” recently went door to door asking anti-gun politicians and journalists to place “gun free zone” signs on their property. Among the targets were the homes of gun control advocates from The Journal News, MSNBC, and The Star Ledger. They even paid a visit to Eric Holder’s house.
The results are telling.
While they found lots of armed guards, armed police, and lip-service about how residents agree with the anti-gun cause, they found no one willing to put the signs up. It appears that, despite their advocacy to the contrary, these people believe that advertising one’s property as a “gun free zone” might actually make it less safe.