Wealthy anti-gunners are spending big bucks to see such signs dotting the landscape.
A report by KATU in Portland, Oregon, and reprinted by KVAL in Eugene, shows how the gun prohibition lobby and wealthy elitists including billionaire anti-gunner Michael Bloomberg have turned their plump bankrolls into political bludgeons in gun control efforts that should alarm Second Amendment activists across the map.
Looking back at the 2016 election cycle, KATU reported that “discovered pro-gun control candidates received more than six times more money than pro-gun rights candidates on the issue.”
That may actually be a conservative estimate, since the published totals in their story reflect closer to a 10-to-1 spending level, with anti-gunners spending a total of $538,288.36 while pro-rights expenditures – including money from the National Rifle Association, came to $52,312.73.
‘The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.’—Edmund Burke