New York’s Clear Choice for Gov: Cuomo or Pro 2A Molinaro
New York, do you want real change from the dynasty of anti-everything Andrew Cuomo? Then vote for Marc Molinaro. He’s actually FOR something: the 2nd Amendment. While he’s way behind in the polls, that Republicans in New York managed to even get him to the ballot is a great thing. But with less than a month left before the midterms, he’s 18 points behind.
New York stands as one of the most anti-gun states in the country. So even having someone that is pro-gun in the state is almost crazy. And the left is throwing a fit.
The NY Daily News reported,
“A prominent anti-gun violence group took aim Monday at GOP gubernatorial candidate Marc Molinaro for voting 32 times against bills to strengthen New York’s firearms laws.
Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America also blasted Molinaro for saying on the campaign trail this year that he wants to dismantle New York State’s tough SAFE gun control law passed in the wake of the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting.
“It’s an obvious problem ,” said Laura Burns, the group’s state communications lead. “He wants to go backward to weaken gun laws instead [of] maintaining what we have in New York and making them stronger.”
Mom’s Demand Action for Gun Sense in America was established in the wake of the Sandy Hook shooting that killed 20 students and six adults and is part of a group financially backed by former Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Molinaro, now the Dutchess County executive, served in the Assembly from 2007 through 2011.
Among the bills he voted against were ones to keep guns out of the hands of domestic abusers; make it a crime to improperly store firearms in the home, which supporters say would protect children, and outlaw the possession of armor-piercing and explosive ammunition, a measure sponsored by a Republican in the Senate.
He also voted against bills to require three-hour safety courses to get a gun license, mandate the microstamping of bullets, and ban the sale or use of .50-caliber weapons.”
All of the things that Molinaro voted against are simply anti-Constitutional attempts to destroy the 2nd Amendment.
He is like a Salmon swinning up a waterfall in Alaska with hungry bears trying to eat him at every rock in the stream. We feel for him. But if you live in New York, you might consider Molinaro to at least rid yourself of Cuomo.
Featured photo: screenshot via New York Post