Bloomberg’s Everytown Recruits Anti-Gun Church Leaders in Voter Turnout

Bloomberg’s Everytown Recruits Anti-Gun Church Leaders in Voter Turnout

Bloomberg standing at a podium speaking to a crowd. IMG MikeBloomberg.com U.S.A. – -(AmmoLand.com)- Anti-gun billionaire Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown for Gun Safety just got religion…sort of. The Associated Press has reported the gun prohibition lobbying group “has enlisted more than a dozen religious leaders to boost voter turnout this fall in support of candidates who support measures to prevent gun violence.” This political move could be overshadowed by the Supreme Court’s continued inaction on at least ten Second Amendment cases now pending. Monday’s Court orders did not list any of those cases as either being accepted for review or denied, so the proverbial “can” has been once more kicked down the road. The next High Court conference on cases for the fall term is this Thursday, May 21. Orders from that conference will be released next Tuesday, May 26, according to Scotus.blog . According to the Associated Press report, “The group’s partners include representatives from Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu and Sikh backgrounds, several of them well-known progressive activists.” There is also an interesting cast of characters reportedly involved in this move, including “evangelical Shane Claiborne, president of the group Red Letter Christians,” the report said, “and Rev. Traci Blackmon, a United Church of Christ executive minister and a central member of the Black Lives Matter movement.” The AP also identified the Rev. Rob Schenck, “a former evangelical anti-abortion activist who has since shifted to support the Roe v. Wade decision and sought to redefine a ‘pro-life’ agenda as one […]

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