SAF LAUNCHES NEW TV CAMPAIGN WARNING OF BIDEN’S POST-ELECTION THREAT

BELLEVUE, WA – With Joe Biden’s midterm election defeat, he now poses an even greater threat to the right of American citizens to keep and bear arms, prompting the Second Amendment Foundation to launch a new television campaign warning the public about the president’s likely plans.

“Because of the election’s outcome,” said SAF founder and Executive Vice President Alan M. Gottlieb, “the odds are good he will begin attacking gun owners by weaponizing executive orders, bypassing Congress completely. We’ve never seen a president so determined to undermine the Second Amendment and destroy the cornerstone of our Bill of Rights.

“This new SAF TV spot will start to air on 13 national cable networks as well as DishTV and Direct TV 75 times starting Wednesday, right after the elections,” he said.

The new campaign will find SAF’s 60-second message appearing on several cable networks including CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, Fox Business, Newsmax, One America News Network, the History Channel, Bloomberg, BBC America, the American Heroes Channel, DirecTV, The Weather Channel, HLN, Dish TV and CNBC.

“We’re alerting gun owners across the country that with the midterms behind him, Biden has only so much time between now and January, when the new Congress takes over, to launch his attack,” Gottlieb said. “He knows that when the new session begins, his gun ban agenda is dead-on-arrival on Capitol Hill.”

Viewers will be asked to call 800-788-9024 and Press 1 to support the Second Amendment Foundation’s legal challenges to Biden’s unconstitutional executive orders.

“When Joe Biden took office,” Gottlieb recalled, “he pledged to ban certain guns and make it tougher for people to own rifles and handguns. He has never strayed from that goal. Apparently he doesn’t realize Tuesday’s election results came about because of a large gun owner turnout to stop his agenda cold.”


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