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The DC Project: Fighting Fire with Fire

There are forces working strategically and passionately to disarm America and neutralize the Second Amendment. If you own a gun, you need to know who they are.

One such force is Michael Bloomberg and the gun control groups that benefit from his funding: Everytown for Gun Safety and Moms Demand Action.

Moms Demand Action may look like a dating app, but it’s not. They pose a very serious threat. It is a group of women advocating for more gun control.

Moms Demand Action has been hanging around the halls of Congress and swarming at rallies and hearings for a decade. They use a signature red shirt with white capital letters which creates an obvious visual presence. Using mob mentality and raw emotion, they harass lawmakers who are strong on the Second Amendment while encouraging lawmakers who are already open to gun control. They are delighted with the current pro-gun control administration.

After the 2022 State of the Union, Moms Demand Action founder Shannon Watts made the group’s adoration of President Biden clear:

Joe Biden ran on the strongest gun safety platform in history and his administration continues to deliver on that promise. While more needs to be done to end the epidemic of gun violence in this country, including through congressional action, our grassroots volunteer army continues to proudly support President Biden.

Enter the DC Project – Women for Gun Rights. The DC Project is a group of women fighting against gun control and espousing education, not legislation, as the key to safety. Plus, the DC Project women know that guns save lives. This group of women has organically become a counter-visual and a counter-voice to Moms Demand Action, and are fighting fire with fire.

The DC Project began with one woman from each state traveling to Washington, DC to build relationships with lawmakers as gun owners. Fast forward five years, and now it’s a nationwide organization with state executives leading the charge in their respective states to recruit and organize women’s voices to effectively influence not only their legislators, but their friends as well. , their families and their communities.

Taking a few pages from the Book of Gun Controllers, the DC Project has its own signature shirt — teal, not red — complete with an “Educate/Don’t Legislate” logo to create a powerful visual. We also use emotion to reach out to those who may not have experience with a gun or a gun owner. We strategically highlight women’s stories of how gun control equates to tragedy.

The DC Project has a fraction of Moms Demand Action’s budget, but we work diligently to stem the tides of anti-gun misinformation and propaganda by testifying at national and state hearings, encouraging our base to engage and reaching out with impactful videos on social media.

Support the DC Project – Women for Gun Rights and help us fight fire with fire.

Dianna Muller is the founder of DC Project and guest columnist for Breitbart News’ Down Range with AWR Hawkins.


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