Stop what you’re doing people!
Moby’s got a message for you. He wants you to text “REJECT” to 644-33. This will put you through to your Congressional representative so you can voice your opposition to national concealed carry reciprocity and suppressor deregulation.
You better listen to Moby. After all, no one knows more about what’s best for you and your Second Amendment rights than an ambient dance music DJ.
Seriously, Everytown has to be joking with this latest video. The notion that we’re going to “#RejecttheNRA” because Moby, Melissa McCarthy, Julianne Moore and a bunch of other Hollywood sheeple are telling us to is ridiculous!
Just so we’re clear, taking self-defense advice from Moby is the equivalent of going to a circus clown for a prostate examination. It’s utterly stupid (and maybe a bit comical).
When you watch the video below two things become immediately apparent. First, they’re all reading from the same script. Second, they have no idea what the hell they’re talking about.
How about this. I’ll oppose national reciprocity when these “cultural influencers” oppose having a security detail.
Not one of them would object to having armed security when touring all 50 states. Yet, what they’re saying is that when a single mother of two with a valid concealed carry permit travels from Pennsylvania to New Jersey, her ability to protect herself and her children stops at the state border.
Not only that but if this young mother is caught with that pistol in New Jersey, she ought to be punished. Jailed for a mandatory minimum of three years.
Think I’m making stuff up? Moby, Julianne Moore, Melissa McCarthy and the rest, why don’t you read up on Shaneen Allen. You might rethink your stance on national concealed carry reciprocity.
See, what Everytown is not telling you in that little script is that opposing national reciprocity is denying good men and women — who, unlike you, can’t hire men with guns to defend them — their fundamental right to self-defense.
And as it relates to suppressors. Do your research! Check out this report on whether suppressors would have made the shooting in Las Vegas more deadly. The conclusion may surprise you. It was published by the fact-checkers at Politifact. Not the NRA.