I WILL NOT COMPLY
September 25th, 2019- Former Tulsa, OK Police Officer turned one of America's top pros in the sport of shooting, faced off with Congress, as she stood her ground on the fact that the Constitutional Right to Bear Arms... SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED.
She did not go head to head with our nation's power players just for herself.
She was a messenger for ALL Americans who value their liberty.
As a Pro 2A Woman... a Pro 2A Mother... I just want to say...
YOU ARE MY HERO!
Dianna Muller is not just another "Gun Nutty" woman standing up against the push- backs of Anti-Gun activists for some sort of political gain. Like myself, Muller is a PRO-Activist, working hard to educate those ignorant on gun safety and ownership responsibilities. Her passion became a grassroots initiative in 2015/ 2016, when she founded The D.C. Project- where she and other female shooting pros, from all backgrounds, came together to educate and inspire others on the meaning of their 2A Right. Their mission also includes motivating people within communities to build relationships with their local and state legislators, to help protect their Constitutional Rights.
As the daughter of a former Virginia Police Captain, who raised me to be aware of my surroundings and to appreciate the opportunity, choice... RIGHT... to Bear Arms- it is very humbling to have Mrs. Muller validate my stances on the matter. What was very disheartening, though, is hearing a Virginia Police Chief say to the same committee that Mrs. Muller gave her testimony to, that she would like to see ALL weapons of self defense banned.
“I believe any weapon that can be used to hunt individuals should be banned,” - Chief/ Dr. Rashall Brackney, Charlottesville, VA Police Department.
On September 26th, 2019, I publicly called for the resignation of Chief/ Dr. Rashall Brackney, of the Charlottesville Police Department for her statements that infringe on our American Constitutional Right to Bear Arms- that she made in front of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee on "Assault Weapons" Ban.
I was serious.