Last week, AFA’s Executive Vice-President Patrick Parsons and President Chris Dorr met with a number of our legislative allies on Capitol Hill.
One of them was Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA).
Before coming to AFA late last year, Patrick served as her Chief of Staff, and during his time there, Congresswoman Greene introduced a number of ground-breaking Second Amendment pieces of legislation:
*** Second Amendment Preservation Act (HR 993)
*** Gun Owner Privacy Act (HR 1132)
*** Eliminate the ATF Act (HR 3960)
As it looks like Republicans are heading into the majority in 2023, AFA will work closely with Congresswoman Greene and others to make sure they don’t waste this historic opportunity to go on OFFENSE for our Second Amendment rights.
Patrick and Chris also visited with Congresswoman Mary Miller (R-IL), whose Second Amendment voting record has been dynamite as a freshman Republican.
Rep. Miller is currently in a nasty primary battle with Illinois Congressman “Red Flag” Rodney Davis, who has voted for “Red Flag Gun Confiscation” on numerous occasions and is proud of his RINO Republican status.
Congressman Paul Gosar (R-AZ) has a pristine Second Amendment voting record during his decade in Congress.
Never one to hold back about letting the public know how The Swamp truly works, Rep. Gosar has seen it all, including how the NRA cut a gun control deal by attaching Feinstein’s “FIX NICS” to National Reciprocity a few years back.
As usual, Rep. Gosar is under constant attack from the establishment in DC, which is funding a multi-million dollar primary challenge to him back in Arizona.
It’s important for our members and supporters across the country to know that there are very few 100% pro-gun elected officials in Congress.
Despite campaigning on the Second Amendment back at home and asking you for your vote, there’s great pressure on these elected officials to sell out, or in most cases, just not fight very hard.
That’s the main reason we established the American Firearms Association just a few years back.
Our job as gun rights activists is to work with the handful of champions on Capitol Hill to drive the debate, then push the reluctant “pro-gun” members to do what is right, instead of selling out.
Your continued support of the American Firearms Association provides us with the resources needed to make sure we WIN the battles in Congress that we’re facing in the coming weeks, months and years.