KENENWICK, Wash.-- A national movement, Day of Resistance, drew over a hundred people to a Kennewick rally.
They were demonstrating against President Obama's call for stricter gun control.
Second Amendment supporters waved signs on Columbia Center Boulevard expressing their concerns that their gun right could be taken away.
They say their constitutional rights are being threatened and they are going to do whatever they can to speak up about the issue.
"The 2nd Amendment prohibits the government from infringing on our right to bare arms. We want to make darn sure they don't infringe on our rights. If we lost the 2nd Amendment, we'll lost them all," said Jerry Martin, a rally participant.
Cars that drove by the Kennewick rally honked in support.
This movement was in response to the president's 23 executive actions last year concerning gun control.