Aiding and Abetting Mass Murder!

Aiding and Abetting Mass Murder!

86 minutes.

The Houston Chronicle waited 86 minutes before they began beating the drum for gun control, in the wake of a mass shooting at a Houston metro school this morning that has claimed 10 lives so far.

Honestly, I’m surprised that it took that long.

You see, the playbook for the radical left is always the same: wait for a tragedy, make sure our propaganda talking points run around the clock on national media, and milk it for all the political advantage we can get out of it.

The truth is, anti-gun lawmakers and their pals in the media who make mass killers into household names are doing nothing short of aiding and abetting mass murder.

That’s because in Texas it’s against the law for a law-abiding adult to carry a firearm for self-defense in any educational facility.

Thanks to that law, Texas schools have a virtual ‘launch your mass attack here’ sign hanging over the front door, just like our schools in Iowa do.

The horrifying results play out on the national news over and over again, and yet anti-gun lawmakers only double down in their efforts to leave innocent children helpless as they work to pass even more gun control.

Rather than feel somehow responsible for these shootings, law abiding gun owners need to stand up and demand that anti-gun lawmakers and anti-gun school board members apologize for their role in leaving our children utterly defenseless!

The only thing that will stop a crazed gunman hell-bent on achieving a larger body count than the previous mass shooter, is a bullet.

And every day that goes by where Iowa lawmakers refuse to give abiding Iowans that option, is one more day where our children are at risk.

The impact of these policies is breathtaking, consider:

>>> The May 18, 2018 Santa Fe, TX school shooting that left 10 dead.

>>> The February 14, 2018 Parkland, FL school shooting that left 17 dead.

>>> The October 1, 2015 Roseburg, OR school shooting that left 10 dead.

>>> The October 24, 2014 Marysville, WA school shooting that left 5 dead.

>>> The June 7, 2013 Santa Monica, CA school shooting that left 6 dead.

>>> The December 14, 2012 Newtown, CT school shooting that left 28 dead.

>>> The April 2, 2012 Oakland, CA school shooting that left 7 dead.

>>> The February 14, 2008 Oxnard, CA school shooting that left 6 dead.

These are just SOME of the mass shootings that have taken place over the past ten years — all of them in so-called ‘Gun Free Zones!’

So gun owners need to be on the offensive right now, since armed citizens are the BEST WAY to prevent or limit the scope of the next mass shooting.

And you need to recommit yourself to fighting against any attempt to use this or any other shooting as a cover for gun control.

Any crackdown on our Second Amendment freedoms only puts us in greater danger and makes it that much easier for would-be killers!

So as you watch the news tonight when you get home from work, as they breathlessly work to spin this shooting into a justification for more gun control, realize that they and the politicians they are backing up have blood on their hands.

Don’t give them an inch.

 For Freedom,

Aaron Dorr
 Executive Director

P.S. With yet another mass shooting in ‘Gun Free Zones’ where criminals have the upper hand, anti-gun lawmakers are banging the drum for even more gun control.

Don’t give in, and don’t give them an inch — as it’s the gun control laws already on the books that make our schools such inviting targets in the first place!

Get involved in this fight in Iowa, by visiting www.IowaGunOwners.org.


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