Dear Fellow Patriot,

The horrific massacre at Robb Elementary school in Uvalde has spurred Biden and the gun control machine into unprecedented action.

From calls to abolish the U.S. Senate filibuster to “expanded” background checks (i.e. gun registration), and even repealing Texas’ Constitutional Carry law, the shrieking for more restrictions by Gun Control Inc. started spreading across Texas and the rest of the nation before the crime scene could be fully processed -- and before all details could even be released.

But the fact remains that disarming more law-abiding gun owners and turning them into sitting ducks with more gun control and more “Gun Free” zones is NOT the solution.

So please sign your “No New Gun Control” petition to your elected officials in Austin and Washington, D.C. RIGHT AWAY!

Then, please join me in praying for the families of the victims as we prepare for fighting a blitz against your gun rights like we’ve never seen before.

For Texas and Liberty,

Chris McNutt
Executive Director
Texas Gun Rights

Texas Gun Rights “No New Gun Control”

WHEREAS: Joe Biden and the gun control machine are politicizing the massacre of school children in a “Gun Free” zone to further their radical gun control agenda; and

WHEREAS: Common sense and empirical data prove that disarming more law-abiding citizens are a recipe for more deadly crimes; and

WHEREAS: Republicans and Democrats are under immense pressure to “cut” a bipartisan deal to try and look "reasonable" on the Second Amendment issue to the mainstream media; and

WHEREAS: The Second Amendment clearly states “the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.”

THEREFORE: As your constituent, I insist you oppose ALL new gun control and work to repeal dangerous “Gun Free” zones, also known as “Criminal Safe” zones.



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