National Association For Gun Rights Delivers Thousands Of Petitions To Trump

NAGR News:
 
WINDSOR, Colo.  On Friday the National Association for Gun Rights delivered over 30,000 petitions to the White House after the fax machine line was reportedly severed.
 
These petitions, collected over the previous weekend, were signed by individual National Association for Gun Rights members and supporters, urging President Trump to immediately take action by fulfilling his pro-gun promises and undoing the great harm the Obama Administration inflicted on law-abiding gun owners.
 
“Throughout Present Trump’s campaign, he promised to defend the Second Amendment, and now gun owners are urging him to come through on his promises,” said Dudley Brown, the group’s President. “Our members and supporters are using these petitions to send a message that we must have our Second Amendment rights restored.”
 
The petitions outline a pro-gun agenda urging the President to do the following:
  • Nominate only a proven pro-Second Amendment Supreme Court Justice.
  • Remove the United States’ signature from the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty.
  • Oppose all attempts to pass, “no-fly no-buy” legislation that would bar anyone on a no-fly list from purchasing a firearm.
  • Repeal gun bans that target military veterans and social security recipients.
 
“President Obama was the most anti-gun President we’ve ever dealt with, and his ant-gun Executive Actions need to be un-done,” Brown said. “There is a lot of work to be done in order to restore the Second Amendment back to its original intent, and I hope President Trump is up for the challenge.”
 
The National Association for Gun Rights and its members will continue to call on President Trump to protect, defend, and restore the Second Amendment rights of all law-abiding Americans as promised during his campaign.
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