Sen. David Perdue Co-Sponsors Gun Control With Democrat Sen. Amy Klobuchar

July 12, 2019

Is Georgia U.S. Senator David Perdue -- a Republican -- joining the anti-gun Democrat Presidential bandwagon?

Why did Sen. Perdue’s name just show up as a co-sponsor to a gun control bill alongside radical anti-gun Presidential Candidate “Angry” Amy Klobuchar (D-MN)?

Call Sen. David Perdue at (202) 224-3521 and urge him to withdraw from S. 875, the Gun Buyer Prosecution Act.




Here are the details:

S. 875 the so-called “NICS Denial Act”, better described as the “Gun Buyer Prosecution Act,” seeks to weaponize the federally-managed Brady-NICS gun control database against ordinary gun buyers.

It’s also sponsored by three other anti-gun Democrats as well as Pat Toomey, the Republican who sponsored Obama’s Universal Gun Registration Bill back in 2013.

If passed, the Gun Buyer Prosecution Act:

*** Would dispatch local law enforcement to the homes of gun purchasers with orders to scrutinize gun purchases.

Meaning:

*** Millions of law-abiding Americans who’ve been secretly placed on the NICS list, without due process, could be brought up on felony gun charges, punishable by huge fines and 10 years in jail, for trying to buy a gun.

Does David Perdue really think that threatening law-abiding Georgia gun owners with federal felony gun charges is the path to success in 2020?

Does he think you want him spending his time in Washington teaming up with a second-tier Presidential wannabe famous only for gun control and having anger management issues?

Truthfully, Senator Perdue SHOULD know the answer to both questions is no.

But with how close things have been in Georgia recently, and with the anti-gun media out for blood, he needs to hear that from patriots like you ... right now ...  

... BEFORE this anti-gun bill advances to a hearing.

Call David Perdue at (202) 224-3521 and urge him to withdraw from S. 875, the Gun Buyer Prosecution Act.

Remind him that sponsoring this gun control bill with Presidential Candidate Amy Klobuchar is bad for the Second Amendment and bad for gun owners in Georgia.

Tell him that it’s a mistake to think this bill will buy him any favor from either the anti-gun media or liberty-loving Georgians like you.

And once you’ve done that, please consider chipping in $35 to help NAGR hold politicians in both parties accountable to the Second Amendment.

Call David Perdue at (202) 224-3521 and urge him to withdraw from S. 875, the Gun Buyer Prosecution Act.

 

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