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Chinese Immigrant SCHOOLS Anti-2A Activist On Gun Control

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Chinese immigrant voiced strong opposition


During a New Hampshire town hall meeting focused on community safety, the dialogue shifted dramatically when a Chinese immigrant voiced strong opposition to a prominent gun control advocate.

David Hogg


David Hogg, a graduate of Parkland High School, faced challenging questions on Wednesday night from Lily Tang Williams, a Chinese immigrant and candidate for the 2024 Congressional election.

Communism in China


Williams, who endured the hardships of communism in China, passionately spoke out against initiatives that she believes encroach upon Second Amendment rights.

Community safety


What was intended as a discussion on community safety and gun policy quickly transformed into a debate on the consequences of stringent gun control measures.

Sichuan province


Williams, who was born in the Sichuan province just before Mao Zedong’s Cultural Revolution, recounted her personal ordeals of living under a regime that she described as oppressive and hunger-inducing.

Lily Tang Williams


“Hi, my name is Lily Tang Williams. Welcome to my live free or die state,” she addressed the audience. “Actually, I am a Chinese immigrant who survived communism.”

40 million people


“And under Mao, you know, 40 million people were starving to death after he sold communism to them. And 20 million people died, murdered, during his Cultural Revolution.”



“So my question to you, David, is that can you guarantee me, a gun owner tonight, our government in the U.S. in D.C. will never never become a tyrannical government? Can you guarantee that to me?” she asked.

Gun control


Hogg responded, “There’s no way I can ever guarantee that any government will not be tyrannical,” which prompted Williams to say, “Well then the debate on gun control is over because I will never give up my guns. Never, never.”



Williams went on to question the efficacy of gun control in authoritarian regimes, suggesting to Hogg, “You should visit China to witness how gun control operates under the rule of the CCP.”

Anti-gun movement


David Hogg, who rose to prominence in the anti-gun movement after the tragic shooting at his school, appeared visibly challenged by Williams’ passionate defense of gun rights.

Deeply personal


The town hall not only provided a platform for debate but also highlighted the deeply personal and divisive nature of the gun control conversation in the United States.

Political campaign


In addition to her political campaign, Williams holds the position of Chair at the NH Asian American Coalition and is actively engaged with organizations such as the U.S. Parents Involved in Education and the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation in Washington, DC, as detailed on her website.

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