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The National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) endorsed President Donald Trump for reelection in a letter sent to the president on Wednesday, July 15.
“On behalf of America’s 5 million NRA members, the National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) is proud to endorse your reelection as president of the United States of America,” wrote NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre and NRA Institute for Legislative Action Executive Director Jason Ouimet in a letter.
“On behalf of our millions of members, we thank you for your continued support of the Second Amendment and all of the constitutional freedoms in which we believe. We are proud to support you and the promise of your second term,” concludes the letter.
President Trump has been a champion of the right to keep and bear arms. He has filled the courts with pro-Second Amendment judges and more recently, he has made sure that firearms stores and manufacturers are listed as essential businesses even as many anti-freedom orders have been levied by politicians during this COVID-19 pandemic.
Just this past February, Trump used his State of the Union address to reaffirm his support for the Second Amendment. In it, he said, “Just as we believe in the First Amendment, we believe in another Constitutional right that is under siege all across our country. So long as I am president, I will always protect your Second Amendment rights to keep and bear arms.”
The choice is clear for Americans who want to protect and defend our Second Amendment rights. President Trump has made his steadfast support for your rights clearly known.
Meanwhile, his presumptive opponent, Joe Biden, has made no secret of his outright disdain for the constitutionally protected right to keep and bear arms. The former vice president’s list on what he’d do includes gun bans, forced confiscations of guns, mandatory licensing and much more.
Your vote matters this fall and you can get involved in the fight to protect our rights. To do so, visit https://www.nraila.org/grassroots.