With the Supreme Court and circuit courts on the line, the makeup of the Senate has become critical to the restoration of Second Amendment rights in the 2020 election.
In Arizona, Senator Martha McSally is running against Gabby Giffords husband, Mark Kelly. Kelly is ahead of McSally in many polls. The polls may not catch all voters, but they are worrisome. The left sees the McSally Senate seat as vulnerable.
Kelly was instrumental in founding Americans for Responsible Solutions (ARS), a far-left gun control organization, after his wife, representative Giffords, was severely disabled in a mass shooting by a mentally disturbed, left-leaning gunman.
It is difficult to have pushed more for more restrictions on gun ownership than Mark Kelly has. He has been the brains behind ARS, because his wife is disabled.
The ARS merged with the former Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence (LCPVG). The LCPVG has been in the forefront of pushing for the extreme restrictions on Second Amendment rights which now exist in California.
Organizations focused against Second Amendment rights frequently change their names to better fool people about their intentions.
The new organization is called the Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence.
Restrictions on Second Amendment rights are not popular in Arizona.
The job of the old media has morphed into fooling enough of the people enough of the time to regain power. That translates into defeating Martha McSally and pushing Mark Kelly across the finish line in Arizona.
Ads by Kelly focus on his military service and time as an astronaut. They never mention his radical gun control efforts. He hides behind the familiar “I own lots of guns” tactic. Owing lots of guns and supporting lots of
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