West Hollywood wakes up to streets covered in rainbow Gadsden flags bearing fighting message

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California got a makeover this week following the Orlando terror attack, in which at least 49 people were killed in a gay night club by an Islamic extremist.

Now, a flood of posters in West Hollywood urging the LGBT community to defend themselves and to fight back against Islamic ideology are sweeping the area, the Daily Wire reports.

Take a look:

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The posters come as gun sales have dramatically increased since the terrorist attack and gun shops are seeing customers they’ve never seen before: gays and lesbians, according to FOX31 News.

“I think right now because of what happened, people are looking for answers,” Denver gun shop owner George Horne said. “You walk into a gun shop and you expect to see people, frankly, who look like me. I think we forget we’re a country of all people, not just people who fit that predetermined mold.”

Photos sourced from the Daily Wire

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