Feinstein / Cornyn Gun Control Bill Hearing

The gun control bill I warned you about just before Thanksgiving is scheduled for a hearing in the House Judiciary Committee in DC.

I need you to read this and take immediate action!

Senator Feinstein (CA) and her sellout Republican ally John Cornyn (TX) are trying to fast track their gun control bill through the House Judiciary Committee and get it over to the Senate!

Capitol insiders are reporting that Senator Cornyn is working on getting Republican Senate Judiciary Committee votes, including that of Judiciary Committee member, North Carolina Senator Thom Tillis.

“We seem to have found a point of consensus among the right and the left,” Cornyn said.

As we told you, radically anti-gun Senator Dianne Feinstein is using the recent shootings in Texas and Las Vegas as a cover to try to enact a massive federal gun registry!

This, despite the fact that almost every mass shooter of the last few years passed a NICS check to buy their gun — demonstrating the absurdity of the system in the first place!

Feinstein knows this.  But this bill isn’t about stopping crime, it’s about establishing a federal gun registry which future administrations can use at their whim!

Sources indicate that Feinstein and Cornyn are working quickly to lock in more co-sponsors which is why it’s urgent you contact North Carolina Senators Thom Tillis and Richard Burr again and insist that they oppose this bill!

You can do so, using the information below:

You can reach Thom Tillis by:

>>> Calling his D.C. office at (202)-224-6342
>>> Leaving him a message on his Facebook page

You can reach Richard Burr by:

>>> Calling his D.C. office at (202)-224-3154
>>> Leaving him a message on his Facebook page

And please forward this to your pro-gun friends and family and make sure they contact them too!

After you’ve taken action, please click here and consider chipping $10 or $20 or whatever you can afford to help North Carolina Firearms Coalition keep up in the fight.

For freedom,

Thomas Walker
North Carolina Firearms Coalition