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Florida Alert! Deja Vu! Moms Demand Action Give INACCURATE Testimony AGAIN
March 26, 2019
USF & NRA Members and Friends
Marion P. Hammer
USF Executive Director
NRA Past President
On Monday 3/25/2019, SB-1238 – Guns on Private Property of Churches by Sen. Debbie Mayfield was heard in the Senate Judiciary Committee and PASSED by a vote of 4-2.
However, the story of the day was the arrogance and lack of professionalism by Bloomberg’s Moms Demand Action lobbying group and their “lobbyist of the day.”
Moms Demand Action (MDA) “volunteer,” Beth Dumond of Tallahassee, read the same INACCURATE testimony that a different “volunteer” read to House Judiciary Committee last week.
However, Ms. Dumond critized two legislators on the House Criminal Justice who reprimanded the MDA Lobbyist for previous INACCURATE testimony. Ms. Dumond accused legislators Rep. Mike Grieco (D) and Rep. Byron Donalds (R) of essentially being “confused” about the meaning of legal terminology.
Accusing two legislators — an Attorney and a Financial Advisor — of being “confused” and essentially saying they don’t understand legal terminology is the height of arrogance.
Folks, you just can’t make this stuff up…..Some ghost somewhere is obviously paid by Bloomberg to write this inaccurate testimony.
You can view this anti-gun arrogance for yourself. Use the link below and move the time bar at the bottom of the screen to the 1:12:00 mark to begin the hearing on SB-1238.
Voting in FAVOR of the SB-1238 were: Senators Dennis Baxley (R), Travis Hutson (R), Kelli Stargel (R), & Chair. David Simmons (R).
Voting AGAINST SB-1230 were: Seantors Audrey Gibson (D) & Jose Rodriguez (D)
If you watch the video, you will also find out that the Florida Sheriffs Association was represented by Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey and in support of the bill.
Next and like clockwork, Marion Hammer gave again a smart statement about property rights.
And the one behind Ms Hammer, staring at her like she wanted to give her a stroke with the power of her mindless is Beth Dumond.
After that, we got us Angie Gallo from Florida PTA who also was against the bill.
There were also four more “appearance forms” of people present who waived the right to speak and all four were against the bill.
Our side had nobody else, speaking or not. That is some seriously sad crap. I was told last year that we had a solid No Compromise group of Floridian that could do much better than the NRA and Marion Hammer. A new young generation ready to take action, yet it seems not even one could make it to even fill a piece of paper and be on the record in support of the Bill.
A bunch of Chest Thumpers/ No Compromise types bested by a 80-year-old lady. That is a crying shame.