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DC Project Responds to White House Attack on 2A

TULSA, OK – (April 9, 2021) – The DC Project, Women for Gun Rights, has a strong response to the Biden Administration’s anti-Second Amendment proclamations from the Rose Garden yesterday. The new restrictions will not keep Americans safer. 
Representatives from Moms Demand Action cheered at the White House press conference when the executive orders to “address the gun violence public health epidemic” were announced. 
Women from the DC Project will share their own stories with lawmakers later this month. They will meet with several caucuses and individual legislators to discuss firearm safety and education, the pitfalls of red flag legislation, and voice their opposition to the nominee to head the ATF, David Chipman. 
“Our meetings will focus on countering the misinformation tactics of anti-gun organizations and informing Representatives on the true impact of restrictive laws. Policymakers must understand what happens when they only hear one side of an agenda-driven narrative,” stated Muller. 
Regarding the ATF nominee, Muller continued, “Chipman is a radical anti-gun lobbyist with a long history of pushing anti-freedom rhetoric, not to mention his involvement in the Waco siege, one of the deadliest government encounters on American soil.”. 
Muller faced Chipman in 2019 during testimony before the House Judiciary Committee regarding the Assault Weapons Ban. His stance in 2019 was that lawmakers should require the registration of all existing ‘assault weapons’ in the hands of civilians while banning their future manufacture and sale.
Reacting to the announcement of President Biden’s executive orders and Chipman’s nomination, Muller was a guest on Chris Stigall’s KCMO Talk Radio Show where she commented, “education is the key to safety, not legislation.” Listen to the entire interview here
“Now more than ever, the DC Project needs the support of pro-gun and pro-freedom Americans to help counter groups like Moms Demand Action who are backed by Bloomberg and funded with a $36 million operating budget. We’re truly in a David and Goliath situation, but we will not stop!” Muller says.  
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About the DC Project
The DC Project affirms that firearms safety and violence prevention are achieved through education, not legislation. We encourage the preservation of America’s gun culture and highlight the diversity and rising demographic of female gun owners through ongoing advocacy because gun rights are women’s rights. According to Muller, “We believe that self-defense is a human right and that we are our own first responders. We understand the importance of preserving the right to protect ourselves. Members of our foundation regularly stand before legislators and lawmakers on the frontlines of this battle to protect this crucial right and make their voices heard through education. Stand with us by donating to the DC Project and wear the color teal to let others know you support the rights of responsible gun owners too.”

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