A woman profiled in Glock’s ad (above) versus a woman profiled in Bloomberg’s ad (below).
Which do you want to be, ladies? Helpless, dependent upon others and pleading for your life in Bloomberg’s world, or confident and in control as a gun owner?
It’s your choice, Mr. and Mrs. America.
So, Michael Bloomberg has spent $50 million plus on his new gun control “group”.
It was billed by the mainstream media as the Goliath capable of slaying the NRA.
In reality, Bloomberg’s newest group has no members and the people they’ve hired have been a case study in ineptitude and incompetence.
Their most ambitious project until now?
They sent 2.5 million post cards to the D.C. city landfill, with a short stopover Congressional offices.
Now they have an amateur video set to run in three states soon that they think will doom pro-gun Republicans – or cower them into voting for simple-minded gun control.
It also smacks of a war on women, portraying them as helpless, dependent on good guys with guns.
Here it is.
Ask yourself, is that a persuasive video for gun control?
Doesn’t the scenario in this video make people want to revisit their earlier deliberations about buying a gun to defend their families from a home intruder, estranged relative or not? You know, cut out the middleman and instead of calling 9-1-1 to get a good guy with a gun to show up, instead have your own?
For comparison, here’s an old Glock video. Notice how well-produced the Glock ad is compared to Bloomberg’s.
To say nothing of the happier ending for the individual who has decided that she wouldn’t be an unarmed victim of violent crime.