As Michael Bloomberg’s last anti-gun run turned out to be nothing more than a corrupt organization pushing an unconstitutional agenda, it seems that the former mayor has had to form a new organization to promote his anti-Second Amendment agenda.
Dumping a whopping $50 million into his new gun blasting program Everytown for Gun Safety, Bloomberg has even recently come out with a video designed to play on the emotions of loving parents. Spewing his gun grabbing ideals, it appears as Bloomberg may have been bested by a pro-gun advocate after not thinking about the future.
(See also: Michael Bloomberg’s Newest Graphic Anti-Gun Ad)
It appears as if a smart – and quick – thinking adversary has claimed the Facebook page named after Bloomberg’s efforts. The social media page, dawning the same name, “Everytown for gun safety,” heeds the warning upon entry, “Saw Bloomberg was creating another gun control group. So I took the page name before they had the chance. If you don’t like the 2nd amendment – LEAVE”.
The creator of the website, who wishes to remain anonymous, recently spoke with Buzzfeed saying:
“I took the Bloomberg name because I wanted this page to remain open to debate, unlike his group at Moms Demand Action that block anyone with alternative views. Gun owners are getting a bad rep nation wide from their anti gun propaganda. As to who I am, I am your average citizen that believes the second amendment ‘shall not be infringed.’”
Of course, Bloomberg and his group of thugs have taken to pouting and delivering shrouded threats while responding by conveying:
“We’re going through the proper process for transitioning our Demand Action page to ‘Everytown,’ which takes a few weeks, and acquiring trademark protection for both Everytown and Everytown for Gun Safety. Once that happens, we expect Facebook to shoo these cybersquatters politely off this name/page.”
Its nice when you see a politician, aiming at doing something entirely unconstitutional bested by a quicker thinker with far less resources. Although it appears as though the pro-gunners may have had the last laugh, $50 million goes a long way when trying to fight someone in court.
I guess we’ll just have to see how this plays out from here.
What do you guys think – does first come first serve apply here or do dirty politicians always seem to get their way? Let us know what you think of this by leaving a comment below.