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A new approach to fight back against Moms Demand Action activists that become politicians

Updated: Apr 7, 2021

Update 4/7/21: Scroll to bottom after reading this. This applies to the guy Biden just nominated to run the ATF

So, here’s a little government ethics law (federal, but individual states will have similar) that could come in handy:

https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/CFR-2007-title5-vol3/pdf/CFR-2007-title5-vol3-sec2635-702.pdf



How you ask? Have you noticed how Moms Demand Action/Everytown are really publicizing how their members are running for office and getting elected? Here’s an example from 4/1/21:

https://everytown.org/press/everytown-for-gun-safety-action-fund-endorses-four-moms-demand-action-volunteer-leaders-in-colorado-illinois-missouri-and-nebraska-ahead-of-april-6-elections/






We are going to focus on her for sake of conversation:






From her campaign page:





So she admits that she is the CURRENT chapter lead and she’s running for a local office. Moms Demand Action is “run” by the Everytown For Gun Safety Action/Support Fund:






The Action Fund is a 501(C)4 nonprofit organization:





Now, if these politicians (or prospective politicians) do ANYTHING that benefits Everytown/Moms Demand Action as an organization (such as, while in office, promoting Wear Orange/Gun Violence Awareness Day or BeSMART), you can file an ethics complaint against them.








For Wear Orange, scroll down and see all the citie/towns that are partners in alphabetical order (most have government proclamations in support of this):

https://wearorange.org/supporters/







Example:







You could potentially even file complaints against politicians with whom their first order of business once elected is to introduce legislation to would obviously benefit their former group:








Now gee, what info would be available at all DMV’s and would doctors be required to distribute? I wonder. Perhaps along the lines of these?.....