Florida Alert! Here’s the Proof Against Bloomberg’s Anti-Gun Group

Gun Rights
DATE:    April 7, 2020
TO:       USF & NRA Members and Friends
FROM:   Marion P. Hammer
  USF Executive Director
  NRA Past President

Bloomberg’s Everytown Law can’t run from their anti-gun, anti-Constitution memorandum

The memorandum urges governors and mayors to essentially ignore the Department of Homeland Security and our nation’s President and to be confident about banning gun sales. It falls way short of providing legal justification for this clear infringement of Second Amendment rights. 

Click here to read the memorandum: https://everytownresearch.org/documents/2020/03/memorandum.pdf/ 

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NRA-ILA

April 6, 2020

The mask is off (so to speak), and it is now clear beyond any reasonable dispute: America’s largest and most well-funded gun control advocacy group is systematically trying to ban law-abiding Americans, en masse, from acquiring firearms. And this at a time when Americans in record numbers have decided for themselves they need guns more than ever. 

Events have been unfolding so quickly with respect to the constitutional right to acquire firearms during the COVID-19 outbreak that it’s difficult for the public to keep up with them. 

First, Americans across the country swarmed to gun stores in March to exercise their rights during the early stages of the unfolding emergency.

Then, gun stores were ordered to close by several anti-gun governors and local officials who were horrified that so many first-time gun buyers had gained a newfound appreciation for the Second Amendment. 

Next, the Department of Homeland Security issued guidance to the states that gun stores are part of America’s essential infrastructure during emergencies, and the NRA and others filed lawsuits challenging the closures…

READ THE COMPLETE ARTICLE HERE:

https://www.nraila.org/articles/20200406/gun-control-end-game-revealed-as-bloomberg-groups-launch-campaign-to-close-gun-stores

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