Two Californians Named to Trump's Second Amendment Coalition
President-Elect Donald Trump unveiled his Second Amendment Coalition shortly before his election this week. Two Californians were named to the list: U.S. Rep. Tom McClintock and Olympic shooter Kim Rhode. Via a release:
“My father defends the Second Amendment, so that you and I and your spouse and your children can take care of themselves when someone much stronger, much meaner and much more vicious than them tries to break into their home, "said Coalition Chairman Donald J. Trump, Jr. “It's not just a hobby or something I do on the weekends. It's a lifestyle; and as my father often says, ‘this is about self-defense, plain and simple.’”
“This election isn’t about the next four years. It’s about the next forty years, so voting for Hillary Clinton, or not voting, is simply not an option,” said Coalition Chairman Christopher Cox. “The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that we have a fundamental, individual right to protect ourselves and our families with a firearm in our own homes. Clinton said the Supreme Court is wrong on the Second Amendment.’ A Clinton Supreme Court means your right to own a firearm is gone.”
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