FT. GAY, W.VA. — On Friday January 17th Fort Gay had a Special Meeting to vote on making it’s town a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary Town.
The meeting started with The Pledge of Allegiance, followed by prayer. Lee Kitts made the first motion to vote for the Amendment and Jamie Frazier made the second. The vote was taken and it was unanimous vote by the council for “YES”!
The citizens at the meeting were very happy! This makes Fort Gay the first town in West Virginia to become a Second Amendment Sanctuary. Next, they will try to get to the county level, with Putnam County being the first county in West Virginia to become a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary.
A special guest showed up at the meeting. Alan Whitt ( Family Policy Council of West Virginia). He is a conservative, and is running in the Republican Primary for State Senate.