Bloomberg Funded War in Wyoming!

“This is crazy! I never thought I’d live to see so many people in Wyoming fighting to destroy the Second Amendment. I need to become a member now!”

That’s what Stephen, from Gillette, told us over the phone last night, as many of you have contacted us about the gun control marches that took place in Laramie and Jackson — and across the nation — last weekend.

Simply put, many gun owners in Wyoming were just now awoken to the harsh reality that anti-gun activists are mobilized and beginning to have an impact here in Wyoming.

Of course, their goals are not to pass some peripheral gun control.

From banning the ever-popular AR15, to taking away all magazines over 10 rounds, to establishing a statewide firearms registry — they want it all.

Check out some of the pictures taken from some of the rallies that happened across the state.

(Rep. Charles Pelkey, speaking to a large crowd of gun control activists at a rally last weekend!)

(Senator Chris Rothfuss, D-SD9, opposed Stand-Your-Ground law last session and is seen here speaking at a gun control rally last weekend.)

And, what’s more, they are being bankrolled by Michael Bloomberg, the NYC billionaire who is surround by 24/7 armed security.

Don’t take our word for it, check out this press release from Bloomberg’s organization Everytown for Gun Safety!

But much worse than his funding of this one-day public relations stunt, is the impact this activism is having in the halls of the legislature in Cheyenne.

All session long we dealt with his people as we fought to pass Stand-Your-Ground law!

They were active in the committee process, were busy lobbying lawmakers before key floor votes, and reportedly ran robo calls in targeted districts before the final vote.

WYGO members will also remember the massive newspaper ad campaign that Bloomberg financed virtually statewide — both in print and online — trying to get the Governor to veto the bill.

And let me tell you, they were almost successful in obtaining the Governor’s signature!

Simply put, gun control advocates are making their voices heard in a way that we haven’t seen in Wyoming in a very long time — if ever!

And with primary elections only a few months away, and the all-important 2018 midterms right around the corner, I hope you’ll get involved in this fight immediately by joining WYGO.

A basic level membership is just $35, less than $.10 a day, and comes with round the clock protection of your gun rights here in Wyoming!

A silver level membership is only $75 and comes with a FREE WYGO T-Shirt as well!

Our lifetime memberships come with a FREE T-Shirt as well as a wooden lifetime membership plaque!

I don’t know what you can afford, I just hope that you’ll join up as a member right away!

And if you’re already a member, I hope you’ll make a special 1-time donation today!

As gun owners, we know that the rights that we have are due, in large part, to the generations of gun owners that went before us and fought to secure our freedoms.

Our children and grandchildren are trusting in you and me, right now, to make sure that we defend their rights, too!

If gun-grabbers ever get the votes to do it, they would strip us of our gun rights without a moment’s hesitation.
That’s why we can never let up.

Wyoming Gun Owners won’t let up, we won’t give an inch, and we won’t back down –- not ever!

Please stand with us now!

   For Freedom,

David Ball
   Wyoming Gun Owners

P.S. Being whipped into a frenzy by the liberal media, and funded by Michael Bloomberg’s war-chest, a rather large crowd of people marched in Laramie and Jackson last weekend demanding gun control.

And what’s more, Bloomberg’s money and influence are being felt in the Capitol more than ever before, too.

That’s why you simply must stand with us right now!

So if you’re not already a member of Wyoming Gun Owners, I hope you’ll join TODAY!

And, if you’re already a member, please make a special contribution to help us maintain the fight for the Second Amendment here in Wyoming

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