Moms Demand Action’s star is fading fast.
The wholly Bloomberg-owned subsidiary of Michael Bloomberg and his Mayors Against Gun Ownership (or something like that) went to Staples Corporate HQ today to hand off petitions with a measly 12,000 signatures demanding Staples ban guns in their stores.
Not only would nobody from the company meet with them – not even the mail clerk – but Staples “asked them to leave”.
Let me run that through the universal translator: “Leave now or we’re calling the police to have you arrested.”
Staples wouldn’t even accept the papers with the alleged petition “signatures” – which took months for the Moms to accumulate – most of which are probably digital and worth about the paper they are printed on. Instead, the Moms handed of the petitions to the security guard who surely forwarded them directly to the recycling bin.
So, imagine that: A agitprop group who most people would acknowledge are one of the top three or four anti-gun organizations in the nation isn’t even afforded the courtesy of a “thank you” from a major retailer.
This is epic fail.