Dear Governor Ron DeSantis,
In my opinion, if you submit your name to this iteration of the U.S. federal government for anything related to a firearm, then you are a fool. We have rights and we need a review of our state laws now to protect citizen information related to firearms from being shared for anything other than constitutional law enforcement activities and background checks.
14 Republican Senators joined Democrats to pass a law today that is right out of the movie, “Minority Report.” It’s a story about a corrupt pre-crime bureaucracy with weapons, just like the bill that John Cornyn from Texas just shoved down our throats. This is not utopia. This is America and the last time I checked; we haven’t changed the Constitution in a long time. There is still a Bill of Rights. The time for eroding our rights must stop. The 14 Republican donor fed Senators pushing this unconstitutional garbage need to be publicly kicked in the a$$.
President Joe Biden‘s IRS is buying up ammo for reasons that have not been made public. Who will protect Florida residents and visitors when we are attacked in our homes by the federal government for political reasons? Why are we not enforcing 18 U.S. Code Section 1507 to protect our judges? Why is Senator Mitch McConnell and the Republican donor class of politicians selling us out? Tell us so we can fix it, beginning when we reelect you. The country can’t go forward with McConnell and Kevin McCarthy leading the party. What’s the point of voting for a Republican Party that makes donors their leaders and not the people that voted for them? It’s the reason we are ‘No Party Affiliated’ in Florida – even with you as our Governor. I just wanted you to know what it would take for my family to change that.
Thank you for your service to our state and to our country. God bless your family and especially your wife.
John Stuart Edwards
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