Gun Grabbers Descend on Idaho’s Capitol! Legislative Update!

Dear  Site,The 2019 Idaho legislative session is well underway and the battle for gun rights in Idaho is heating up. Today, gun grabbers from Michael Bloomberg’s “Moms Demand A

Dear  Site,

The 2019 Idaho legislative session is well underway and the battle for gun rights in Idaho is heating up. 

Today, gun grabbers from Michael Bloomberg’s “Moms Demand Action,” descend on Idaho’s capitol in an effort to fight against Idaho’s pro-gun values and to push Bloomberg style gun control.

Before we give you the legislative update in Idaho though, we want to alert you to a special interview I will be doing on the 2nd Amendment Activist YouTube channel TOMORROW (2/12/2019) night with Idaho State Representative Tammy Nichols!

State legislatures across the country are embroiled in battles over the 2nd Amendment.

Gun grabbers have largely turned their most intense fights to state capitols where they have had far more success in recent years. Even in Idaho we have seen a major fight over gun control.

Just last year, gun grabbers nearly passed a gun control bill through the Idaho House of Representatives because 20 Republicans voted in favor of the bill. The bill was killed by just 5 votes. 

That’s a stunningly close margin in a state with the most pro-gun citizens in the country!

Now, with Moms Demand Action fully mobilized in Idaho, the fight is about to get more intense. They met with nearly 30 lawmakers to discuss their plans to fight against your gun rights.

I was down at the captiol in Boise today to expose their efforts, and to show you first hand how gun grabbers are indeed mobilized in Idaho! 

For those of you with access to YouTube, you can see the first video here

For those of you with access to Facebook, be sure to check out our inside video here!

Either way, one thing Idahoans must understand is that there is a concerted effort to stop solid pro-gun legislation in Boise by gun grabbers and establishment politicians from both parties. There is also an increased effort to push smaller gun control bills, hoping you won’t notice.

Unfortunately for gun grabbers, the ISAA is on the ground exposing their fraudulent attempts to pass New York style gun control in Idaho.

We will remain vigilant in the fight to protect the 2nd Amendment in Idaho.

Gun owners can’t become apathetic and assume that what has happened in other states can’t happen here.

If you ask the gun owners in Washington and Oregon whether or not they saw their gun rights eroding so quickly, they’ll tell you “no.” They will tell you that they never saw it coming.

We are here to tell you that it can happen in Idaho if you don’t pay attention to what is happening.

More importantly, it can happen here if you don’t stand up and fight back!

So, here are a few things can you do right now to help the ISAA defend your gun rights in Boise:

1. Please consider joining the Idaho Second Amendment Alliance today! We have numerous options for all financial situations.
2. If you are already a member, please consider a donation to the ISAA to help us mobilize gun owners across Idaho! It will take each and every gun owner to pass pro-gun bills, and squash gun grabbers efforts in Boise! Whether you can do $100, $50, or even just $25 today, all donations are crucial for this fight.
3. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Subscribe to the 2nd Amendment Activist YouTube channel today and stay up to date in the fight for gun rights in Idaho and across the country!

As we continue our efforts this year to push Constitutional Carry expansion, expand Idaho’s Stand-Your-Ground law, and fight to remove gun free zones, we need you to stand with us and fight. 

The time is now for Idaho gun owners to decide if they are going to sit back and hope Idaho doesn’t get overrun by gun grabbers, or if they are going to stand with the ISAA and fight for gun rights with everything they have!

Thank you in advance for your activism. 

For Freedom,

Greg Pruett
Idaho Second Amendment Alliance


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