WASHINGTON, D.C. – “American gun owners should resolve to drive gun grabbers into social and political oblivion,” John M. Snyder said here today.
He said also that. “Gun owners and gun owner groups should develop, promote and implement an attack strategy against gun grabbing establishmentarians.”
“For over four decades,” he continued, “law-abiding gun owners and gun rights organizations have fought the enemies of freedom generally from a defensive position, reacting against anti-gun proposals as they are advanced.
“However, gun rights people and interests should go on the offensive. It’s time to attack ideologically and practically the gun-grabbing establishment and its spokesmen and adherents with vim, vigor and absolute determination.”
Snyder said, “America’s 100 million owners of 300 million rifles, shotguns and handguns and national, state and local organizations of firearms organizations can launch a massive counterattack on the gun-grabbing forces of evil.
“The defeat of gun control in the Senate recently can be a springboard for this.”
Snyder estimated that, “Gun grabbers in the White House, politics, media, churches, schools and business spent thousands of hours and tens of millions of dollars on their nefarious plan.”
Snyder declared that. “The bad guys want to impose more restrictions on gun rights.”
“These forces of evil lie,” he stated. “They lie that government restrictions on the civil rights of citizens will foster reductions in the murderous activities of criminals and crazies.
“The very opposite is true, as common sense as well as studies indicate.”
Snyder said that, “Gun owners and organizations of firearms owners should develop a strategic plan for the ultimate defeat of the gun grabbers and for their social and political destruction. There are bright and dedicated men and women in various capacities and groups in the United States whose coalescence can contribute to the development of such a plan.
“We must drive the gun grabbers into social and political oblivion.”
Snyder has been named the “gun dean” by Human Events, the “dean of gun lobbyists” by The Washington Post and The New York Times, a “champion of the right to self-defense” by The Washington Times, and the “senior rights activist in Washington” by Shotgun News.