The Outspoken Oppa

Fighting for a Unified Nation

Our Freedom in Crisis

REUTERS/Sarah Silbiger

Coronavirus has taken a toll on many small business owners as it has forced them to close for the pandemic. Only businesses that have been deemed “essential” by the State Public Health Officer, are allowed to remain open. These include healthcare providers, pharmacies, and grocery stores, etc. These businesses are considered essential in my opinion, so this decision made sense. However, on March 26th, LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva tweeted that all gun and ammunition stores will be closed in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The closure of gun and ammunition stores, being deemed “non-essential” gave everyone a genuine reaction: dumbfounded with disbelief. The sheriff opted to violate the Constitution, therefore throwing out the 2nd Amendment. For those of you unaware, the Second Amendment states that “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” Closure of gun and ammunition stores clearly violates this amendment, which quickly gained copious amounts of backlash and controversy that was deserved. Outraged by this order, protester tweets turned into lawful complaints, changing into lawsuits.

Critical comments ranged from Defense Attorney Daniel Wohl

In my opinion, this was a definite infringement of rights. No one is above the law or should be able to take away Constitutional rights. In a time like this, it is absolutely crucial to have these stores open to the general public. Citizens need to be able to arm themselves to defend their families against looters and burglary. A crisis like Coronavirus opens up the possibility of looting and pillaging. People get desperate and will resort to any means necessary to get what they want. Our Second Amendment allows us to protect against that possibility, by allowing us to utilize guns as a resource for protection. The Sheriff has been since removed from Head Of Emergency Operations.


The founders of the Outspoken Oppa are also the founders of the La Cañada Charity. Every year on August 4th, we set up organized charities in Memorial park. We collect donations consisting of food, clothes, and toys. We believe in a world where every child has the opportunity to be lifted from poverty. Our mission is to provide the absolute necessities to the rising generation. We do that, by organizing charities annually across the city. We believe anyone has the capacity to revolutionize technology, pioneer science, and lead the nation. In 2018, we were able to collect 150 donations. In the 2019 charity, we obtained 1,200 donations meaning we had eight times more donations than the proceeding year. Our staff tripled over a year and we were able to reach a larger demographic. Join us in 2020 to help the homeless. Hope to see you then.

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