Monday, February 26, 2018

Here's How To Contact Your Elected Officials (Federal and State)

"After a shooting spree, they always want to take the guns away from the people who didn't do it." -- William Burroughs

It has become obvious that the Florida school shooting was another case of someone with severe mental issues slipping through the cracks in the system. The FBI, local police, and school officials all utterly failed to respond to the many, many warning signs. The local police officer on the scene and the three officers who were the first to arrive during the shooting all refused to act to stop the killer, apparently out of cowardice and incompetence (I've heard no other reasonable explanation). This shooting was extremely preventable and lives could and should have been saved, yet the media, politicians, and activists are all blaming the NRA and law-abiding gunowners, calling for gun control, instead of trying to fix the system that failed to work on so many levels.  

Make no mistake, our Second Amendment rights and our Right to Self-Defense are under threat. In the coming weeks and months, our elected officials will be deciding on your right of gun ownership and your right to protect yourself and your family. Ultimately, they will vote based not on the Constitution and Bill of Rights or even their own personal convictions, but on which way they feel the wind is blowing regarding the issue of gun control. This is especially true for those squishy "moderates" on both sides of the aisle. The media will make sure that the voices for gun control are heard loud and clear. It is up to us to make sure our voices are heard equally as loud. Please make your voice heard. 

Contact Federal Elected Officials

  • President Donald Trump - Contact the President of the United States by filling out the online contact form or by calling the White House switchboard at 202-456-1414 or the comments line at 202-456-1111 during business hours.
  • Members of the U.S. Congress
    • U.S. Senators - Get contact information for your Senators in the U.S. Senate.
    • U.S. Representatives - Find the website and contact information for your Representative in the U.S. House of Representatives.
 Contact State Elected Officials