The Twin Cities’ assembly of gun grabbers is having a meeting tomorrow. And you’re invited!
Sort of. More on that in a bit.
Anyway – if you’re out and about tomorrow (Friday) morning (and it always seems these anti-gunners are unemployed, work for non-profits or retired, and have ample weekdaytime to devote to attacking other peoples’ civil rights), it might be fun to drop by.
Here’s the invite, and the agenda, more or less:
It’s happened again. In Nevada, a 13-year-old brought a semiautomatic handgun to school, killed a teacher and wounded two students, and then killed himself.
This can’t keep happening — and it won’t stop on its own. We all have to step up.
On Friday, Oct. 25, Protect Minnesota is hosting a Gun Violence Prevention and Safe Communities summit for all who want to create safe, peaceful communities free of gun violence. Can you be there?
Click here to RSVP**
Where: Shiloh Temple International Ministries, 1201 W. Broadway, Minneapolis
When: Friday, Oct. 25 from 10 am – 3:45 p.m., with lunch provided.
Find out what’s next in this important work and what your role can be. Sessions include:
— Changing the narrative around gun violence prevention
— Developing effective media strategy
— A deep dive on gun policy in Minnesota
— Grassroots lobbying
— Creating change with personal stories
Together, we can change the conversation around gun violence at this critical time in the history of gun violence prevention.
Click here to RSVP.
If you happen to show up? Excellent. If this is like most “Protect MN” meetings, there’ll be several Real Americans (defined as “people who support all ten amendments of the Bill of Rights) for every orc.
If you happen to show up and get video of someone telling a real howler? Send me the vid or the YouTube link. If it’s good, I’ll buy you the beverage of your choice the next time we get together. Heck, even a great quote. Send it on in.
By the way – to show you what a potemkin front “ProtectMN” is? They didn’t even send out the email with the invite by themselves. It was sent by the Brady Factory – which, like the MinnPost, MPR News and ProtectMN itself, is sponsored by the Joyce Foundation.
More on their agenda tomorrow.
And if you’re planning to attend, let me know. Off-line, ideally. I’ll explain that later.