Gun Control Groups Target Texas

November 13, 2019

“Gun [control] groups beat the NRA in Virginia. Next stop: Texas”

-- The Houston Chronicle, 11/6/19

I’m sure you’ve seen the headlines by now.

After flooding the state with millions of dollars, Michael Bloomberg and his cronies effectively bought Virginia during last week’s elections...

Handing anti-gun Democrats control of the Virginia State Legislature for the first time in 26 years.

But they’re not stopping in Virginia: they’re headed to Texas.

According to the San Antonio Express News, Bloomberg-backed “Moms Against Guns” and the Giffords gun control group declared they will be out in “full force” in Texas in 2020.

And according to Giffords, they’ve got “targets up and down the ballot in Texas in 2020.”

That’s why I’m asking TXGR members and supporters to dig deep and give as generously as they can to help us fight back against the coming onslaught of Bloomberg cash.

If you recall, Giffords’ group spent over $1 million in 2018 helping anti-gun U.S. Rep. Lizzie Fletcher oust long-time Houston area Republican incumbent John Culberson.

This, of course, was on top of the millions in cash BILLIONAIRES like Bloomberg and George Soros flooded Texas with in 2018 while flipping over a dozen legislative districts...

In fact, Soros was one of the TOP political donors in Texas in 2018 -- bankrolling anti-gun candidates with over $3 million of his personal cash.

Now, after the success they saw in Virginia last week, they’re looking to go all out for Texas in 2020.

That’s why I’m hoping you’ll help TXGR by rushing back your most generous contribution right away.

Thanks to demographic shifts and population growth in the suburban areas of Washington D.C., the writing was on the wall for Virginia...much like Texas.

The untold story, however, is weak-kneed Republicans alienated their pro-gun constituencies for years, making the state ripe for the anti-gun taking.

Sound familiar?

According to CATO Institute, Virginia is ranked only #24 when it comes to gun rights... in spite of its VERY pro-gun citizenry.

Of course, Texas is ranked even lower at #29 on the same list...

So while 14 states focused on restoring their gun rights by passing Constitutional Carry over the past decade, Virginia and Texas barely did more than maintain the gun control status quo...

Proving complacency strikes like the plague for those in power.

To put it in terms of a football analogy, once our team takes the lead, they go into “prevent defense” mode and stop trying to score.

But when it comes to gun rights, we can’t EVER stop striking on offense!

Otherwise, gun grabbers will take charge by pushing their radical agenda.

Which is exactly what Gun Control, Inc. did in Virginia. And now they’re coming for Texas.

That’s why Texas Gun Rights is striking back on offense by fighting to make Texas the 16th Constitutional Carry state!

If you’re able to legally possess a firearm, you should be able it carry it to protect yourself and your loved ones. Period.

No government permission slips. No expensive fees.

With your help, we’ll make Constitutional Carry a TOP gun rights issue during the 2020 election season.

Putting weak-kneed politicians on notice that you won’t accept politicians who simply maintain the status quo.

But with the assaults on our gun rights growing by the day, I need to identify and recruit more pro-gun Texans into the fight.

That’s why I hope you can dig deep by donating $250 or $100 to Texas Gun Rights today.

I know that’s a lot. But this could not be more critical. So I’m asking all of our members to step up RIGHT NOW so we can fight the anti-gunners head on.

But if contributing that much right now is just out of the question, will you please agree to $45 or at least $30?

You’re an important part of everything Texas Gun Rights does. Thank you for your support!

For Texas and Liberty,

Chris McNutt
Executive Director
Texas Gun Rights

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