Giuliani NY GOP Trump Primary Vote Gets American Gun Dean Praise
Article first appeared at Ammo Land.
Titusville, FL -(AmmoLand.com)- “Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani deserves thanks and applause from tens of millions of Americans for declaring he’ll cast his vote for Donald Trump next week in the Empire State’s GOP presidential primary,” gun dean John M. Snyder said here today.
Both the Washington Post and New York Times have named Snyder the dean of gun lobbyists. The Trace recently designated him a power broker.
“I support Trump,” said Giuliani. “I’m gonna vote for Trump.”
He said Trump opponent Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas “can’t win” in November’s general election.
“Ted Cruz is straight fastball down the middle of the plate for the Democratic Party, which they are expert at hitting out of the ballpark…If it’s Donald, there is no ballpark.”
Snyder said, “Giuliani hardly could have put it more succinctly and directly. As a candidate, Trump stands head and shoulders over others. It’s truly amazing that midget-minded Republicans in New York and elsewhere can’t see this. It seems Trump opponents just don’t get it, or do, and fear the disruption of their preeminence a Trump presidency could cause them.”
“Trump haters fear the people and their significance. They nit pick with distracting issues in an attempt to get people to pay more attention to these matters than to the central ones. Trump wants to dump trade and immigration policies that undermine our middle class. Elitists want to keep these policies and to keep the people down. By supporting Trump, voters can smash them.”
Snyder said, “Republicans should stop their ridiculous infighting. They should unite behind front-runner Donald Trump. They should concentrate their time, energy and resources on defeating presumptive Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.”
Snyder said, “Republicans have a golden opportunity this year to defeat the Democrats. Unfortunately, their nonsensical, idiotic and hateful anti-Trump elements could blow it for them. Hopefully, these elements will come to their senses. If they don’t straighten up and fly right they will be remembered for wrecking their country’s future.”
“Second Amendment champion Trump can beat gun prohibitionist Clinton this year. Trump’s turning out new potential GOP supporters by the millions in primaries and rallies, far more than his Republican opponents. Trump has the pulse of the nation. Pessimists who cite polls to support their hesitancy should remember that Ronald Reagan was way behind Jimmy Carter in polls at the beginning of the 1980 campaign. He won in a landslide and became one of our greatest presidents.”
Snyder said, “People favor Trump over Clinton because of their disgust with Clinton’s support for NAFTA, the WTO, MFN for China, amnesty and citizenship for illegal immigrants, and the Iraq and Libyan failures. To the people, Trump’s in the right on these and other matters. They think he will reverse policies that led to the destruction of American manufacturing, the loss of millions of factory jobs, the lowering of wages, and the massive influx of illegal immigrants, including radical Islamist terrorist sleepers.
“As the Republican presidential nominee, Trump could excoriate Clinton like nobody else, smash her campaign, and assist any number of down-ballot GOP candidates.”
Snyder said, “Some may not prefer Trump for a number of personal reasons, but his financial independence, stated positions on a number of issues, in-your-face campaign style, unique persona and identity with voters make him the best available presidential GOP candidate this election cycle.”
“On the other hand, the Democrats appear ready to put up a promoter of gun prohibition, abortion, same-sex marriage and the LGBT agenda as their nominee. Republicans have got to save the nation from the malignant Democrat entity. With Trump as their nominee, they can do it. That is their destiny.”
A practicing Catholic, Snyder has been named “the dean of Washington gun lobbyists” by the Washington Post and New York Times, “a champion of the right of self-defense” by the Washington Times, the “gun dean” by Human Events, and “the senior rights activist in Washington” by Shotgun News.
He holds AB and MA degrees in government from Georgetown University. He has been an NRA magazine editor and official of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms and Second Amendment Foundation. He directs Telum Associates, LL.C, and serves on boards of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, Council for America and American Federation of Police & Concerned Citizens.