NRA members and gun owners in Colorado shocked the nation last month when two anti-gun state senators were successfully recalled for the first time in state history. We sent a clear message to politicians at every level of government that if they take our freedom, we’ll take their jobs.
Well, most politicians got the message.
Right on cue, gun-banners like Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz tried to save face by spinning Colorado’s homegrown, pro-freedom uprising as the result of outside influences.
There are over 100,000 dues-paying NRA members in Colorado, with more joining them day by day, and even more Coloradans who support NRA’s mission to defend the Second Amendment. And when Governor Hickenlooper signed away our freedom earlier this year, we got to work.
NRA members in Colorado lined city streets in their signature black and gold caps, urging citizens to sign recall petitions. Gun owners rallied with hand-stenciled yard signs and passed out reams of literature.