CORNING, Calif - Pro-second amendment supporters rallied together in Corning on Saturday for their cause.
Rally organizer, Patty Smith, is a survivor of the Rancho Tehama Elementary School shooting.
Smith is an aide at the school and helped usher students safely inside during the shooting.
She explained what she hopes will be the next step after this rally.
“I’m hoping that it goes national and the people of America see it and realize it's not just focused on the young crowd and our legislators who are screaming for gun control,” Smith said.
Smith says she was inspired to start this rally after what happened at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
She says she felt the need to protect her second amendment rights in response to recent gun control.
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