Sarah Brady, the woman who rode her husband’s fifteen minutes of fame as Reagan’s press secretary gravely wounded in an attempt on Reagan’s life into a paying gig promoting gun control and victim disarmament, has died of pneumonia. She was 73.
We would love to have been there when she appeared before the Lord asking to enter Heaven. We imagine God probably had a good chuckle at that.
What this will mean for the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Ownership is unknown. The group is already effectively on life support, thanks to Michael Bloomberg sucking all of the oxygen out of the gun control room with his litany of freedom-eschewing groups.
We’re guessing the remaining paid staff of the Brady Campaign will:
1. Use Sarah’s expiration as a fundraising tool. “We need more money to continue her and Jim’s legacy,” they’ll write of Brady and her husband. How true that is! A legacy of attempting to disarm the law-abiding, while squandering millions of dollars trying to promote recreation of past tyranny.
2. Desperately seek funding to save their jobs from billionaire foundations.
Withing five years they will probably be either gone, or more likely, absorbed by Bloomberg’s groups.
That will be good riddance
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