Five of the Most Interesting Things From the Bloomberg Anti-gun Group Emails

A rush to maximize political benefit from the Newtown school shooting, bickering over celebrity sponsors and snarky commentary on some of the nation’s most prominent politicians are among the things to emerge from communications between former Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s New York City Hall staff and executives at the Bloomberg-founded group, Mayors Against Illegal Guns (MAIG).

Judicial Watch, a conservative government watchdog group, obtained 547 pages of e-mails between the city hall and the anti-gun organization pursuant through a lawsuit under New York state’s Freedom of Information Law. TheBlaze determined the five most intriguing aspects of the communications so you don’t have to read all 547 pages.

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