This is it.
With just weeks to go until the November 8 elections — and polls razor tight — it’s time to go “all in.”
I know you understand what’s at stake nationally.
But after you and I succeeded in passing Constitutional Carry into law earlier this year, we can’t forget about the stakes right here at home in Missouri.
BILLIONAIRE anti-gun activist Michael Bloomberg and his allies want REVENGE.
And they’re doing everything they can to keep the Governor’s Mansion in Democrat hands and DESTROY Second Amendment supporters’ super-majority in Jefferson City.
Should they succeed, they’ll begin telling everyone who will listen that Constitutional Carry was a political “mistake.”
“It’s just too extreme,” they’ll say, and “must be revisited as soon as the legislature goes back into session.”
So Aaron, will you please act right away to ensure the year you and I began with jaw-dropping success doesn’t end with the gun-grabbers popping champagne corks?
Will you please agree to your most generous contribution right away to help the Missouri Firearms Coalition keep all of our election year programs running at full blast?
If you and I don’t act — and Hillary Clinton clings to her narrow national lead to become the next President — I worry about what’s just around the corner for you and me.
Even if she’s trounced here, a President Hillary Clinton — perhaps the most brazen anti-gun presidential candidate either party has nominated in decades — could spell trouble for Missouri.
Gun-grabbers and their pals in the media will claim gun control is the wave of the future.
And those politicians at the state level here in Missouri who aspire to federal office may buy into that nonsense — especially if Bloomberg is able to take out a few legislators on November 8.
Instead of defending Missouri’s heritage as a pro-Second Amendment state, even many of the legislators who support Constitutional Carry may start pushing “compromise” legislation — like so-called “universal background checks.”
The truth is, “universal background checks” are nothing more than statewide gun registration.
The ONLY way such a scheme can be enforced is if our state government keeps records of every gun and gun owner in the state!
So how do we stop this madness from happening?
The answer is simple.
We have to ensure the anti-gun politicians who dared to stand up against our gun rights throughout 2016 continue to pay the price.
In other words, we have to prove that standing up against our gun rights here in Missouri is political suicide.
Thanks to your support, we’ve had a strong 2016 so far.
It began with passing Constitutional Carry through BOTH houses of the State Legislature against all odds.
Then, we shocked the world by overriding Governor Jay Nixon’s veto — something virtually no one thought would happen!
But the media, gun-grabbers, and weak-kneed members of BOTH parties will still respond with a “Yeah, but . . .” if we don’t finish the job.
And the truth is, it’s not just solidifying our gains that we have to worry about.
There’s still more to be done.
For example, Missouri has a huge problem with the spread of “gun free zones” — which I’m afraid will only get worse with passage of Constitutional Carry.
Whether it’s Virginia Tech, Newtown, San Bernardino, or Orlando, gun-grabbers never learn that throwing up so-called “Gun Free Zone” signs is like putting out bait for a sicko.
They’d rather ordinary citizens like you and me die helplessly at the hand of a murderer or terrorist wannabee than admit that armed citizens actually save lives!
So every way you look at it, we MUST continue to fight.
That’s why I’m counting on your financial support today to help the Missouri Firearms Coalition go “all-in” for 2016.
With just weeks to go, these five State House races look to be the most hotly contested, including:
*** House District 90, where State Rep. Deb Lavender (D) is in the fight of her political life for her constant support of radical gun control. Rep. Lavender is one of the most outspoken gun-grabbers in the entire State House, always doing the bidding of NYC billionaire Michael Bloomberg!
*** House District 49, where State Rep. Don Rone (R) is facing off against challenger Brantley Atchley (D), who is REFUSING to come clean on his views on gun rights. Rep. Rone stood with us through thick and thin — and it’s critical you and I get the word out about his pro-gun record.
*** House District 150, where State Rep. Andrew McDaniel (R) is facing off against Democrat Lena Samford who is trying to keep silent on Second Amendment issues. Rep. McDaniel was a strong supporter of Constitutional Carry and a key vote to override Governor Nixon’s veto.
*** House District 132, a volatile open seat race, where Republican Thomas Quinn — who has pledged 100% support for our gun rights — is facing off against Democrat Crystal Quade who is REFUSING to answer.
*** House District 135, another open seat contest, which features Republican Steve Helms, who has answered his survey in 100% support of our gun rights, versus Democrat Randy Alberhasky who has REFUSED to respond.
I don’t want to leave anything to chance.
Instead, I have a massive U.S. Mail, email, Internet and radio ad campaign that’s all ready to rock.
The copy is all written. The ads are cut. My finger is on the launch button.
But I’m counting on your support to help me pay for all of it.
2016 has been a big year for the Missouri Firearms Coalition. And you’re a big reason why.
You’ve seen the impact your generosity has made.
But our job isn’t over yet. So I’m counting on your support.
I know that’s probably asking a lot — but time is so short, and there’s so much at stake.
With time running out, we need to give it everything we have.
The Missouri Firearms Coalition is “all in.”
Won’t you please agree to your most generous contribution of $100, $50 or at least $25 right away?
Dr. Curt Frazier
Chairman of the Board
P.S. With November rapidly approaching, we still have a job to do.
Even after all the successes we’ve seen throughout 2016, the media, gun-grabbers, and weak-kneed members of BOTH parties will still respond with a “Yeah, but . . .” if we don’t finish the job.