It has now been over two weeks since the horrific shooting that occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine’s Day. And gun ownership is still currently, without doubt, the most highly debated issue.

The prospect of stricter gun laws is being fought for more ardently than ever before. But, of course, in a country with such divisive opinions, it remains a contentious issue.

Just as there are people campaigning for stricter gun laws, there also people vowing to protect the country’s gun laws.

On February 28, the latest protest with the aim of protecting gun ownership was led by Reverend Hyung Jin “Sean” Moon and hundreds of churchgoers very passionately took part.

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These worshippers carried AR-15 rifles and attended a Unification church service in Pennsylvania on Wednesday, partly to have their marriages blessed. They also had their rifles celebrated as “rods of iron” that could have prevented the deaths of 17 people killed in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. shooting.

The women dressed in white and the men wore dark suits with guns (that they were told to bring unloaded) to the church which is situated in the rural Pocono Mountains, about 100 miles north of Philadelphia.