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July 2nd, 2014
06:09 PM ET

Waitresses openly armed at "Shooters Grill"

CNN's Brooke Baldwin talks with "Shooters Grill" owner Lauren Boebert about allowing armed patrons in her restaurant.

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    What I think I love most is the scenario in which someone grabs a waitresses gun in a room full of armed people.
    And the crowning achievement was to play Obama's disgusting anti-citizen remarks. This clip should have been shot in North Korea.

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