BAN Red Flag Gun Confiscation in Texas!

Petition to my State Representative and Senator

WHEREAS: "Red Flag" Gun Confiscation laws violate the Second, Fourth, and Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution by allowing confiscation of legal firearms from law-abiding citizens without due process; and

Already, we're seeing the dangerous repercussions of these laws. In 2019, a Maryland father was shot dead on his doorstep when law enforcement pounded on his door at five in the morning demanding he surrender his legally-possessed firearms; and

By relying solely on baseless accusations and anonymous complaints as "evidence," this law can be easily abused by violent ex-spouses, stalkers, or criminals who seek to disarm their potential victims, leaving women defenseless to protect themselves and their children; and

A "Red Flag" Gun Confiscation law in Texas would be a grave mistake, one which will put the lives of law-abiding gun owners and law enforcement needlessly at risk to serve a rabid anti-gun political agenda.

As your constituent, and a proud pro-Second Amendment Texan, I insist you oppose ANY gun control proposals, especially "Red Flag" Gun Confiscation, and encourage you to prohibit them from being used in Texas!

A Message  from the President

Freedom Loving Texan,

When the Texas legislature had the chance to prohibit "Red Flag" Gun Confiscation laws in the state of Texas, two RINO Republicans helped Democrats kill the bill by walking out on the vote!

That means state & local agencies can now cash in on millions in bribery money from Joe Biden to confiscate firearms from individuals without due process -- and without any crime being committed.

That is why Texas Gun Rights is working to BAN "Red Flag" orders from ever being used in Texas.

So please, sign your petition instructing your lawmakers in Austin to support a ban on "Red Flag" Gun Confiscation in Texas!

After that, I hope you can chip-in $15 or even $50 to help us keep fighting for gun owners.

For Texas and Liberty,

Chris McNutt
President, Texas Gun Rights