Lindsey Graham is preparing to shred our rights!
Thanks to gun owners like YOU who flooded Republican John Cornyn’s office with letters, Cornyn backed out of talks with Chris Murphy to pass universal background checks.
But now we have a new fire to put out.
Two turncoat Republicans — Lindsey Graham and Pat Toomey — are now trying to take Cornyn’s place to pass background checks.
While Politico is reporting that current talks stop short of “universal” background checks, we all know that anti-gunners will use this “compromise” bill as a stepping stone to get their full agenda.
We need to pressure EVERY Senator to strike down background checks or else face the wrath of millions and millions of gun-owning voters.
Please add your name to our pre-written letter to YOUR two Senators, urging them to strike down ANY bipartisan attempt to pass background checks.
Lindsey Graham has been a thorn in the side of gun owners for years.
But if he cares even one bit about taking back the Senate from Kamala Harris’ control, then he better not lay one finger on the Second Amendment.
A recent survey conducted by Gun Owners of America found that a WHOPPING 92% of gun owners would NEVER vote for a Senator who votes for universal background checks.
Every Senator must FULLY understand that there will be severe repercussions at the ballot box if they make a pact with anti-gunners to pass universal background checks.
But Republicans especially need to know that they cannot take pro-gun voters for granted.
They promised to hold the line in Kamala’s Senate. If they choose to align with anti-gun forces at our expense, then Republicans will prove to be no different from Kamala.
But all hope is not lost. John Cornyn saw the AVALANCHE of letters from furious pro-gun voters like you and immediately dropped his plans to stab us in the back.
Now it’s time to turn up the heat once again as Lindsey Graham becomes the latest Republican to pick up the mantle of the anti-gun lobby.
So please, add your name to our pre-written letter to YOUR two Senators, urging them to strike down ANY bipartisan attempt to pass expanded background checks.