Anti-Gun Extremists Targeting Texas!

January 24, 2020

 

If you’ve read my recent emails, you know 2020 is an extremely important year for pro-gun Texans.

Anti-gun Democrats are mobilizing to take control of the Texas Legislature for the first time since 2001.

Beto O’Rourke -- the man who failed to gain traction for president after staking his campaign on gun control -- said he is switching his efforts to help Democrats take back the Texas House.

 

 

“We’re only 9 seats down from taking control of the state legislature...I actually won those districts when I ran for Senate in 2018...So let’s flip Texas in 2020.”

-- Beto O’Rourke

If Texas goes blue in 2020, the negative consequences could last for a decade.

Anti-gun Democrats would control redistricting in 2021; redrawing the maps and ensuring their gun control cabal stays in power for the next ten years.

That’s why I’m hoping you can chip in $35 or even $15 to help TXGR fight back against this looming threat.

If you need a glimpse of what Texas would look like under anti-gun Democrat control, look no further than what’s taking place right now in Virginia.

After 4 million Virginian’s stayed home on Election Day, democrats seized control of the legislature and are charging full-steam ahead with their radical gun control agenda.

Only two weeks into their first legislative session, anti-gun Democrats proposed everything from gun bans to gun registration, and even outright confiscation.

Tens of thousands of peaceful pro-gun Virginian’s rallied at their capitol on Monday to push back against these radical proposals.

Sadly, their uprising is likely too little too late...proving elections can have dire consequences.

As gun owners keep a watchful eye on Richmond, anti-gun extremists are already focusing their efforts on their next target: Texas.

Mike Bloomberg -- the anti-gun billionaire who effectively financed the purchase of the Virginia Legislature -- is trying to duplicate his success here in Texas!

Just last week Bloomberg announced plans to hire 150 Texas campaign staffers by the end of the month.

Bloomberg is staffing 17 offices around the state -- ensuring he has the ground game to help turn Texas blue in November...

...and his followers already smell blood in the water.

Anti-gun Democrat State Representative Rafael Anchia is mulling a run for Speaker of the House should Democrats prevail in November.

To the delight of Bloomberg, Rep. Anchia has filed multiple gun control bills since joining the legislature in 2005.

Chris, if you and I don’t strike back now, there will be grave consequences in Austin come 2021 and beyond.

That’s why I’m hoping you can chip in $35 or even $15 to help TXGR fight back against this looming threat.

TXGR needs to find and mobilize at least 200,000 additional Texans over the next month in order to lobby candidates running for office in 2020 to support the Second Amendment.

And there is no better way to engage them than during the March 3rd primary election while they are most sensitive to public opinion!

In a state of 28 million, these pro-gun Texans won’t be hard to find...

...but our detailed grassroots identification program could cost up to $250,000.

The truth is, I already have every dollar earmarked for election accountability programs. And I don’t want to take a single dollar away from those critical efforts.

But I can’t do any of it without the support of folks like you.

My goal is to raise the $250,000 it will take to reach out and mobilize the additional 200,000 pro-gun Texans over the next month.

But I can’t do it without you.

So won’t you please chip in at least $35 or even $15 to help TXGR identify and mobilize pro-gun Texans today?

Thanks for all that you’re willing to do!

For Texas and Liberty,


Chris McNutt
Executive Director
Texas Gun Rights


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