Guns, Second Amendment, Trigger Strong Emotions in Gun-Loving Shasta County; Targeted Supervisor Responds to Lies

Guns, Second Amendment, Trigger Strong Emotions in Gun-Loving Shasta County; Targeted Supervisor Responds to Lies

District 2 Supervisor Leonard Moty fires a gun during target practice. Source: Stand With Moty 2022 Facebook page. Shasta County is home to the highest rates of per capita guns sales among all California counties. Shasta County has 12 times as many Conceal Carry Weapons Licenses (CCW) as Los Angeles County. It is estimated that 65 guns are sold annually for every 1,000 people who call Shasta County home. Gun ownership and the Second Amendment are hot issues in the recall election currently underway that will determine the fate of District 2 Supervisor Leonard Moty, and the upcoming available seats in Districts 1 and 5 during the June 2022 elections. Recall Shasta pushes misinformation about Moty and Second Amendment Leonard Moty was first elected as a Shasta County District 2 supervisor in 2008. Between 1977 and 2008, he worked as a police officer for the Redding Police Department, spending six years as chief of police before retiring. The movement to recall Moty, led by Recall Shasta, with support from Red, White and Blueprint , is filled with misinformation. One piece of misinformation currently being pushed by Recall Shasta television and radio ads is that Moty does not support the Second Amendment. This is a lie. Advertisement for Red, White and Blueprint merchandise. Source: Facebook/Instagram. Left photo, from left, RWB producer Jon Knight, RWB cast member Woody Clendenen, and other RWB followers/merchandise models. Background of two resolutions supporting Second Amendment In July of 2021, a Second Amendment resolution composed by […]

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