Have you ever bought a shirt that comes with a warning about what police might do when they see you wearing it? Probably not. But you’ve also probably never worn a shirt like the ones that a creative Colorado businessman is now selling around the world.
What started as a local project to show his support for the Second Amendment and open-carry laws, has turned into a red-hot business for Paul Liebe of Grand Junction, Colorado.
Liebe’s grand idea? Make a wearable statement on gun rights — a colorful statement that comes in different styles and sizes — a statement that some find controversial while others find, well, constitutionally fashionable.
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By clicking on the video above, you can see what all the fuss is about in this TV news report from the CBS station in Denver.
h/t News4 Denver