California GOPer Sent Out Pro-Gun Robocall Day After Massacre

AP

A day after a horrific massacre in California that left seven people dead, voters outside Los Angeles received a robocall from the congressional campaign for Republican Tony Strickland talking about his pro-gun stance along with his backing from the National Rifle Association and other gun groups.

According to Strickland campaign spokesman Evan Handy, the robocall was scheduled before Friday’s shooting spree and stabbings.

“Our thoughts and prayers to out to the families and victims of this tragedy,” Strickland spokesman Evan Handy told The Huffington Post.

Here’s the transcript of the robocall, via HuffPo:

Protect our gun rights, vote for Tony Strickland for Congress. Tony Strickland has a history of protecting our Second Amendment rights and will do the same in Congress, Tony Strickland was a founding member of the NRA Member Council and former California Rifle and Pistol Association Legislator of the Year.

Tony has been a longtime supporter of the rights of citizens to keep and bear arms and will continue to oppose, and actively fight, any legislation that would take away our Second Amendment right to bear arms. As the founder of the Freedom Firearms Coalition and with a lifetime ‘A’ rating from the NRA, we can count on Tony Strickland to protect our constitutional rights.

On June 3rd, vote for Tony Strickland for Congress. This call was paid for by Strickland for Congress.

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