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Virginia Reporter’s Father Joins Bloomberg’s Anti-Gun Group to Lead #WhateverItTakes Gun Control Rally In D.C.
Wow. That was fast. It’s only been two weeks (15 days to be exact). “I plan to devote all of my strength and resources to seeing that some good comes from this evil,” wrote Andy Parker in his recent Washington Post op-ed titled “My daughter was killed on live television.
Bloomberg’s Gun Grabbers Would Have Kept This Armed Kroger Customer from saving this Elderly Man’s Life
Michael Bloomberg has spent millions of dollars in attempts to go after Americans’ guns, including setting up groups (some acting criminally) that target singers and comedy artists, restaurants, and even grocery stores. One such store that came under fire from the lying gun grabbing Moms Demand Action was Kroger, which
Texas will become the 45th State to allow Open Carry, according to Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R) in comments he made during his 2015 State of the State Address. “Let me briefly follow up on a word I mentioned a moment ago – liberty,” Abbott said. “In a single word,
Former congresswoman and gun control poster girl Gabby Giffords’ gun control group has been caught doing what all gun control groups do: Lying. Americans for Responsible Solutions, the organization operated by Giffords and her husband Mark Kelly, recently made some absolutely ridiculous claims. ARS made the knowingly deceptive claim that
Anti-Gun Liars Gonna Lie: Moms Demand Action Founder Promotes Debunked Claim that 90% of Americans Support Background Checks
Michael Bloomberg’s useful idiot and founder of Moms Demand Action Shannon Watts kicked off 2015 with more anti-gun propaganda, claiming that if polls only asked questions right that polling would show 90 percent of Americans favor background checks in order to purchase a gun. Ms. Watts said the fact that
You can file this under, “You might be a bunch of un-American, dimwitted liberals if…” The Michael Bloomberg anti-gun organization known as Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense have now set their sights on comedian Jeff Foxworthy and Country music star Alan Jackson because they agreed to appear at the