The Southern Poverty Law Center finds that anti-government militia groups grew by more than one-third last year.  Several of those groups are based right here in Georgia. New York Times reporter David Zucchino recently visited one of the state's most vocal militia groups, the Georgia Security Force. He writes that tensions surrounding the election have put many militia members on edge, especially when it comes to Second Amendment rights.

David Zucchino/New York Times

We speak with Zucchino about why armed activity is on the rise in Georgia and his experiences interacting with members of the militia.  

Read David's full story on the Georgia Security Force militia here.