First, the complaint:
Here’s Everyfamily’s website:
So, it appears that Everytown will go after even their allies pushing gun control when they use their shit. Don’t feel alone, Everyfamily, we at Mom-At-Arms have also suffered at the wrath of Everytown’s brand protection (even when done as a strict parody) 😂😂😂:
Funny story though, as they used that in a false way to smear a political opponent and fundraise for their ally months after they told the printer to stop:
Compare the images. The pic from our article “the shirt” is the SAME ONE WATTS USED IN HER FALSE TWEET (Just cropped)!!! More on that (and how they used something they ordered stopped for their own purpose):
Moms Demand Action founder Shannon Watts shared a fake photograph to attack GOP congressional hopeful Nick Freitas in a now-deleted Thursday tweet.
Freitas, an Army veteran, is running to unseat freshman representative Abigail Spanberger (D., Va.), who is backed by prominent gun-control groups, including Moms Demand Action. Watts, who founded the group in 2012, falsely accused Freitas of promoting a t-shirt that bears the Moms Demand Action logo, but features stick figures engaged in various acts of sexual congress and depravity. The Thursday tweet, which Watts has since deleted, included a fundraising plea in support of Spanberger.
The t-shirt in question was designed by Mom-At-Arms, a Second Amendment rights group, in April 2019. The photoshopped image Watts used showed Freitas promoting the shirt on August 30, 2016. Jill McDaniel, who founded Mom-At-Arms in December 2018, confirmed the shirt did not exist at the time of Freitas's supposed promotion.
According to founder Jill McDaniel, the group looked to "troll" Watts by sharing photos of the shirts paired with messages of support toward Moms Demand Action. The tactic proved successful—both Watts and Democratic Pittsburgh mayor Bill Peduto liked and retweeted posts featuring the shirt in August and November 2019, respectively.
In December 2019, Moms Demand Action sent Mom-At-Arms's t-shirt vendor a cease and desist letter for trademark infringement. McDaniel said her group did not make the shirt available for purchase to the public and donated all profits made from the shirt, a total of $10.49, to the Virginia Citizens Defense League.
Everytown loves to play victim and will even attack their own side (as now shown), but will then go against their own cease-and-desist and use the very same image/shirt they ordered stopped in a fake tweet to fundraise for political allies. So, folks at Everyfamily, re-assess your friends. They’re assholes who live by double standards (like just about all gun control proponents).