Forced Contractor Disclosures with the NRA

Decades ago we found ourselves where the Federal Government leaves the choice to the states on gun regulations.

Now, the tentacles have spread to the cities as the Federal Government is closing in behind the scenes at an alarming rate.

In Los Angeles, California, the question is now being asked to its city’s local contractors, “Are you now, or have you ever been a member of the National Rifle Association?”

This is the question which is going to spread to other cities.  It is a test to see what will happen.

Will the people allow it to happen, or will they stand up and give the politicians a run for their money?

They are hoping we do not.

Contractors have been dealing with this in the city of Los Angeles since February of this year.

The ordinance states:

“Each [contract] Awarding Authority shall require that a Person fully disclose prior to entering into a Contract, all of its and its Subsidiaries’ contracts with or Sponsorships of the NRA.

The disclosure required under this section shall continue throughout the term of the Contract, thereby obligating a Person to update its disclosure each time the Person or its Subsidiary contracts with or enters into a Sponsorship with the NRA.”

It does not take a genius to figure out the agenda behind this ordinance as it is clearly against the NRA and anyone who supports them.

Everything we hear against guns revolves around the Parkland Shooting in February of 2018 which happened almost a year ago to the date.

None of these ordinances would have ever been on the table if the shooting never happened.  All of these issues were brought up by the anti-gun government entities who have fought for years to disarm gun owners.

Now that Democrats control the House of Representatives, they are all working together.

The City Councilman Mitch O’ Farrell, stated in the meetings to pass the ordinance, “The NRA has been a roadblock to gun safety reform for decades.”

Everyone in the room agreed according to their vote because it passed 14-0.  The NRA stepped up and threatened to sue the City if the ordinance were to pass.

Their argument is stating, “It is unconstitutional and violates the First Amendment rights against an individual who associates or expresses their political beliefs.”

Attorney Chuck Michel called it “a modern-day McCarthyism.”

It is illegal, and the attorney has never heard of any policy like it in any other city.

Both, Attorney Chuck Michel and the NRA are positive a judge will award the case in their favor because it forces NRA supporters to drop out of the organization due to fear of losing business.

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