Everytown Head Brags About All Bloomberg’s Money He’ll Spend To Deny Your Rights

posted on April 27, 2017

When your boss is a billionaire buffoon, it’s easy to be a boastful braggart about how much money you’re going to spend to make other people’s lives more difficult.

Such is the case with John Feinblatt, president of so-called Everytown for Gun Safety. Addressing the topic of national concealed-carry reciprocity—designed to eliminate the patchwork of state carry laws that commonly trap law-abiding gun owners when traveling—Feinblatt boasted, “We’re drawing a line on the sand on this one, and we’ll spend what it takes.”

In real life, those who draw lines in sand typically have some skin in the game, but for Feinblatt, that’s simply not true. With unlimited amounts of gun-hater Michael Bloomberg’s money at hand, Feinblatt is happy to spend, spend, spend—all in an effort to curtail the rights of lawful Americans to keep and bear arms.

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