As Maryland residents testified against a new gun control proposal before the Maryland state legislature in Annapolis last night, anti-gun Sen. Jamie Raskin (was occupied with a game of chess on his laptop. Shooters Maryland snapped the photo and posted it to their Facebook page (via Katie Pavlich):
A picture is worth 1,000 words: Fierce gun-control match unfolds in Maryland
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