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CMR: guns over humans

Thank you, Congresswoman McMorris Rodgers, for your milquetoast, NRA-approved statement in recognition of Spokane’s March for Our Lives.

As an NRA “A” rated politician who has accepted tens of thousands in support from the NRA during your congressional career, we didn’t really expect anything other than GOP-issued pious platitudes from you.

We’ll happily provide same should one of your children get gunned down in their Washington, D.C., private school classrooms.

Meanwhile, we will work to vote you and your NRA-ilk out of office since you continually show your preference of gun rights over human rights.

Mysty Beal

Des Moines, Washington

 

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