'I'm not apologizing': Congressman defends decision to show gun during meeting

U.S. Congressman Ralph Norman defended taking out a gun at a meeting with constituents last week. Norman said he didn't break any laws. Officials from the S.C. Democratic Party said they have asked the state law enforcement division to investigate.
U.S. Congressman Ralph Norman defended taking out a gun at a meeting with constituents last week. Norman said he didn't break any laws. Officials from the S.C. Democratic Party said they have asked the state law enforcement division to investigate.

No charges for Rock Hill congressman who showed loaded gun, top SC prosecutor says

April 10, 2018 04:19 PM