They are persistent, much like rats in the big city, not only in their destructive (to freedom) work, but also in their procreation.
Paid anti-gun lobbyists have created a(nother) new gun grabbing group to strip Americans of their God-given rights. The American State Legislators for Gun Violence Prevention group is new. Really new. Their website was registered December 5th.
Interestingly enough, they must not have a lot of confidence they will be around for long, because they only registered the domain aslgvp.org for a single year.
Creation Date: 2014-12-05T02:16:19Z
Updated Date: 2014-12-05T02:16:20Z
Registry Expiry Date: 2015-12-05T02:16:19Z
This new group claims 200 members from state legislature across America, but only4% had the courage to appear in public at the inaugural press conference announcing the creation of the group. The rest of the membership is “secret”. Why are they so secretive?
Because they fear the political backlash of their unpopular beliefs and views.
And the 4% who showed up? They are nothing but two-bit attention whores seeking camera time to advance their going-nowhere, doing nothing political careers.
These people are craven political hacks.
But it does further illustrate the change in tactics of the gun grabber leftists who seek to control every aspect of Americans’ lives. They have gotten nowhere at the federal level with their big efforts to ban America’s favorite rifle and every gun like it, and a host of other freedom-crushing initiatives, so they are moving to the state level to nibble around for some crumbs in state legislatures.
The secrecy of their membership goes a long way to showing how these political hacks are ultimately cowards, relying on deception and lies to hide their true political beliefs because they don’t have the courage to run on their beliefs.
(TRNS) – State Legislators from across the U.S. announced the creation of a nonpartisan coalition focused on gun violence prevention Monday.
The group, dubbed American State Legislators For Gun Violence Prevention (ASLGVP), said that they feel the need to take action seeing as, “Congress [has] failed in its responsibility to do something about this issue [of gun violence].”
“We are a coalition that is united by a common desire to find strategies that will work in our states, and that we believe will move the conversation forward and reduce gun violence across America,” said founding Assemblyman, and now chair, Brian Kavanagh (D-NY).
“We are not looking for, or trying to create, a one size fits all model…but we are committed to the principle that if we work together and if we learn from each others success and also from the challenges in our respective states we will do a better job,” Kavanagh said during a briefing at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
The group claims to currently have nearly 200 members from all 50 states, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico, but will not yet publish the list of members, fearing political backlash.