Skip to comments.Michael Bloomberg Pours $50 Million Into New Gun 'Safety' Organization to Counter NRA
Posted on 04/16/2014 6:51:08 AM PDT by rktman
Here we go again. Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg has announced today he will be dumping $50 million into a new gun "safety" organization and campaign.
The new organization, Everytown, will house gun control groups Moms Demand Action, Mayors Against Illegal Guns and others. The organization is being touted as a direct counter to the National Rifle Association. From the New York Times:
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Well that’s $50 Million wasted. Must be nice to have that kind of cash to flush.
That’s what I was thinking. When will that turd finally run out of money????
Yeah, he’s going to heaven alright, but his trip starts by going down.
I’m getting the urge to make a purchase AGAIN.
Imagine the shock he is in for when he gets there.
Bloomberg really does think that his excrement smells like roses.
They need a reality show where Bloomberg comes into your house when you are away, and tosses your unhealthy food, cigarettes, guns, and anything else he doesn’t like in the trash.
Good. Let's have the fight. Waste your money, you idiot. May the best man win, and our side ain't gonna lose. Why? Because we have the guns. And you don't.
When you join Everytown you’ll get a pacifier with the Everytown logo, a box of Huggies with the logo and a year’s subscription to their American Whiners magazine.
The difference between the NRA and this is bottom up vs top down. The NRA is effective because it has a passionate membership. Top down works for the leftist groups that fund the Democrats and impact policy (see all the Soros groups, etc). They don’t incite passionate followings because they work behind the scenes.
Everytown? It sounds like an theme park at Disneyland. Does it have a theme song?
I wonder if he will require his security team to join and give up their guns. Hmmm.
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