Call to action: Q & A with Moms Demand Action
Here’s a chance to set the record straight so unsuspecting participants know exactly what they’re a part of.
A McLean County group focused on stopping gun violence has a timely reminder for parents whose children may once again be venturing to play outside the home this summer.
The Be SMART initiative is an offshoot of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America. It’s focused on stopping unintentional child gun deaths and injuries.
McLean County’s Be SMART team is hosting an online program at 7:30 p.m. June 3 focused on safe gun storage, alongside Bloomington Police and the local branch of the NAACP. It’s good timing, as parents are now allowing their children to go into other families’ homes more frequently, now that the pandemic has subsided. Those visits outside the home may bring children in contact with loaded and unlocked guns.
The June 3 program will include Q&A time. Register by emailing McMomsBeSMART@gmail.com.
BeSMART is a gateway into gun control advocacy. Contrary to what these people say, they use BeSMART to trick unsuspecting people in pro-2A circles into supporting their program. Shooting ranges, 2A advocates and also gun rights groups for minorities have become victims to their dishonesty. Register for this event and let’s get the truth about BeSMART out.