The Second Amendment clearly states: "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed." But is the U.S. Constitution flawed when it comes to gun rights? Or, if police cannot be everywhere, shouldn't law-abiding citizens be allowed to use firearms to defend their lives and property?

In the aftermath of last month's deadly school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, Democrats have renewed their push for more gun control with help from Senate RINOs. But is it a knee-jerk reaction to a politicized tragedy that, likely, will punish millions of law-abiding gun owners? Or does America really need to disarm citizens through bans, buybacks and confiscation to stop violent crime?

On Monday, Joe Biden targeted 9mm handguns and ammo, which are among the most popular and widely used firearms. He incorrectly claimed a 9mm bullet "blows the lung out of the body." Mr. Biden told reporters: "The Constitution, the Second Amendment was never absolute. You couldn't buy a cannon when the Second Amendment was passed."

That claim by the so-called "Commander-in-Chief" has been widely debunked. The truth is that he, along with many Democrats, don't really know what they're talking regarding the Second Amendment -- or firearms in general. Yet, they're actively pursuing a path to prevent law-abiding Americans from protecting themselves in the midst of a rising-crime crisis created by the Biden regime.

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Gun-rights supporters fear that radical Democrats and RINOs will "overreach" -- as they often do after a national tragedy -- by targeting the firearm instead of the person using it. Either through additional executive orders or new legislation, the Unhinged Left could further infringe on the ability of law-abiding Americans to protect themselves and their loved ones. Gun-control advocates insist new laws will get more guns off the streets, deterring or preventing violent crime.

What's your take on gun rights versus gun control, {{recipient.first_name_or_friend}}? Which one does America need more right now? Please let us know by participating in our one-question "Gun Control Vs. Gun Rights?" QuickPoll now.

Click here or on the "YES!" button below if you think the U.S. needs more gun control. Click here or on the "NO!" button below if you want Joe Biden, his fellow Democrats and RINOs to keep their hands off the Second Amendment.


During an impassioned speech at the recent at the recent NRA convention in Texas, President Trump told attendees that protecting schools is something America CAN do:

"This is not a matter of money; this is a matter of will," he insisted. "[If] the United States has $40 billion to send to Ukraine, we should be able to do whatever it takes to keep our children safe at home."

But America's 45th president says it doesn't require disarming, law-abiding gun owners. What do you think, {{recipient.first_name_or_friend}}? Is it time to repeal the 2nd Amendment? Please cast your vote now in Grassfire's "Gun Control Vs. Gun Rights?" QuickPoll. Simply click on "Yes! or "No!" above to make your voice heard.

Once you vote in this one-question survey, please forward today's message to your friends and family members. We'd like to know where they stand, too. Grassfire QuickPolls are not scientific, but our staff will share the results after reaching 10,000 votes. Thanks, in advance, for taking action today.

For life, liberty and limited government,

The Grassfire Team

P.S. When criminals use guns to hurt and kill people -- like in Uvalde, Texas, and anywhere else -- it's tragic and unacceptable. Most Americans would agree that no terrorist, criminal or mentally ill person should be allowed access to firearms. But should gun-control laws prevent mentally competent, law-abiding citizens from exercising their God-given constitutional right "to keep and bear Arms"? Please vote in Grassfire's "Gun Control Vs. Gun Rights?" QuickPoll now.


Constitution of the United States: Second Amendment (

Joe Biden Lectures Americans on Gun Control After Hunter Admitted to Firearm Malpractice (Breitbart News)

Fact-check: Could individuals own cannons during the Revolutionary War? (PolitiFact via Austin American-Statesman)

Here's a Timeline of the Major Gun Control Laws in America (Time)

Former President Donald Trump speaks at NRA Convention in Houston (FOX 26 Houston via YouTube)

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