Nevada Politician Shows 2A Pride With Family Christmas Card

posted on December 8, 2015

Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore’s Christmas card has been making waves on social media. The Republican state representative showed her support for the Second Amendment by sharing the card—which shows her family members, dressed in blue jeans and red tops, holding various types of firearms in front of a Christmas tree—on Facebook. 

Fiore said she’s received positive feedback from all over the world, but the negative comments have been “the most vile and insulting comments I’ve ever read against myself and my family.” 

“What’s regrettable is governing and forcing innocent people to be defenseless while allowing and inviting terrorists into our country knowing the murderous outcome,” she said in an email to CNN. “My strong message to you is it’s time Americans begin protecting America. Get armed, get trained, get your head out of the sand and be prepared.”

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