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11/07/2022 9:17 PM | Anonymous

Tuesday!  by Tom Reynolds

Years ago, there was a hit move called Network.  The theme was, “I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore.”  Gun owners and anyone who honors our Constitution need to get mad as hell.

Kathy Hochul and the NY City controlled NY legislatures have all but declared NY State as a Sanctuary State from the U S Constitution, especially when it comes to the 2nd Amendment and the 1st and the 4th and the 5th  and the…well, you get the picture.

The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has clearly and unambiguously stated that the Constitution protects our right to self-defense. And it spoke at exactly the right time, since crime is running amok and we have more need than ever to protect ourselves.

On the opposite side from SCOTUS, Kathy Hochul has an insatiable appetite for taking guns out of civilian hands and leaving those civilians (us) defenseless.

Joe Biden has been criticized for wanting to do away with fossil fuels - without having a replacement ready.  The same could be said of the Democrat’s defund the police, no cash bail, close prisons movements.  More social workers, 87,000 new IRS agents and new gun laws that punish legal gun owners “aint gonna cut it”!

Hochul’s opponent, Lee Zeldin, clearly understands the need for the 2nd Amendment.  He has said, “The Second Amendment and the right to self-defense are not reserved for only the elite few deemed worthy by government officials. To address rising crime, we need to support law enforcement more, not less, reverse cashless bail, keep qualified immunity, and enact a Law Enforcement Bill of Rights. Unilaterally imposing more restrictions on law-abiding citizens' ability to defend themselves is not the answer,” 

And as to stopping crime, Zeldin has a running mate, Allison Esposito, who is a career NY City cop and available to keep him on course.

Hochul’s running mate, Anthony Delgado, enjoyed a career in the music industry which focused on hip hop and, as a congressman, voted in line with Joe Biden's stated position 100% of the time, including voting for an anti-law enforcement bill, the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act.

And if you thought Kathy Hochul was anti 2A, NY Attorney General Letitia James said, “Hold my beer.” The NY Post says, “James may be the most partisan Democratic prosecutor in the country

As reported by SCOPE in our October 3rd email, not only did she abuse her power in going after the NRA and Donald Trump for political purposes, she has never met a back door gun control plan she didn’t like and epitomizes the weak-on-crime prosecutor.  

The NY City Police Conference is backing her opponent, Michael Henry.  The NY Post reported that, “Frustrated public safety reps…don’t see James…as a friend of law enforcement during these troubling times.” 

NYC Detectives Endowment president Paul DiGiacomo said she is, “no help whatsoever to the women and men who daily put themselves in harm’s way. Keeping New Yorkers safe from criminals is not her priority…She sued the NYPD on pattern and practices after the George Floyd riots, but said nothing about the rioters total disregard for public safety and for public and private property.”

National NYCPD 10-13 Organization endorsed Henry.  Its President, Michael Fahy, said “We are supporting you (Henry) because you have demonstrated your concern for the safety and security of the citizens of New York.

New York State Troopers Police Benevolent Association President Tom Mungeer said: “The NYSTPBA is urging all of its members, along with their family members and friends, as well as all members of the law enforcement community, to vote for Michael Henry for New York State Attorney General.”

James is the only statewide incumbent who wouldn’t agree to a televised debate.  With her record and the non-support of police, it’s no wonder.

Mike Henry, like Zeldin, has a connection to law enforcement; Henry’s father was a detective.  Henry is a career attorney, not a politician, and one of his stated goals is to restore professionalism to the office of the Attorney General.  (he’s gonna need a backhoe to clean it out.)

Henry has twice spoken to the SCOPE Members’ Meeting.

And for United States Senator, Chuck Schumer is running for reelection.  ‘Nuff said!

SCOPE explored this race on this past Friday.  Pinion is strongly 2nd Amendment and demonstrated in their recent debate that he has a strong, conservative grasp of the issues.  But frankly, if he only ran on “I’m not Chuck Schumer” that would be enough for many voters.

The choice for gun owners could not be clearer.  The question is, are those gun owners “mad as hell and not going to take it anymore” by voting on Tuesday?

A 2nd Amendment Defense Organization, defending the rights of New York State gun owners to keep and bear arms!

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East Aurora, NY 14052

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