Metcalfe Invites Duck Dynasty Commander Phil Robertson to Headline Annual PA Second Amendment Action Day
HARRISBURG — State Representative Daryl Metcalfe (R-Butler) today announced that he has officially invited Duck Dynasty Commander Phil Robertson to be the featured keynote speaker at this year’s annual Pennsylvania Second Amendment Action Day.

“The battle against the radical liberal agenda in Pennsylvania includes protecting our Second Amendment rights and protecting traditional family values,” said Metcalfe. “My primary reason for inviting Phil Robertson to headline this year’s Second Amendment Action Day is because many Pennsylvanians recognize his leadership and support his uncompromising and principled stances on these issues.”

Much like Robertson, who was temporarily banned from appearing on the Arts and Entertainment network for voicing his biblically based opposition to the homosexual agenda, Metcalfe is frequently targeted for his uncompromising support of the Second Amendment and for once again sponsoring a Constitutional amendment to protect marriage between one man and one woman (House Bill 1349). Metcalfe is also the sponsor of the Right to Bear Arms Protection Act (House Bill 357), which would make any new federal gun control laws unenforceable within the Commonwealth.

“Law-abiding citizens must stand firm against any and all local, state and federal government attempts to register, limit access, ban or confiscate our firearms,” said Metcalfe. “I am once again calling on all Pennsylvania citizens who support liberty to send a clear message to all levels of government that we have a God-given right to keep and bear arms and, as affirmed by the Pennsylvania Constitution, it shall not be questioned.”

Scheduled for Tuesday, April 29, and beginning at 10 a.m. on the State Capitol steps in Harrisburg, this year’s theme for Pennsylvania Second Amendment Action Day is a red, white and blue celebration of every law-abiding Pennsylvania gun owner’s right to keep and bear arms. Established in 2006, on average, more than 70 state lawmakers and hundreds of citizens from across the Commonwealth attend this annual grassroots event in support of the Second Amendment.

Complete information and a downloadable flyer on this year’s Pennsylvania Second Amendment Action Day are available by visiting

Representative Daryl Metcalfe
12th District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

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