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Everytown for Gun Safety, the Bloomberg-funded gun control organization, announced in a recent press release their intent to attack the firearms industry using the nation’s courtrooms.

“A lack of resources shouldn’t prevent gun violence survivors and their allies from holding reckless actors in the gun industry accountable,” said Eric Tirschwell, managing director for Everytown Law. “Where constitutional or other legal violations are contributing to gun violence, legal action may be the only remedy available. Even as we make major strides through our own impact litigation, we see tremendous untapped potential to advance gun safety through the courts. By making it easier for smaller and less resourced law firms to represent clients with cases that can have a broad impact, we expect this fund will start a new and important chapter in gun violence prevention.”

It should come as no surprise that the anti-rights organization would attempt to skirt the constitution to further their agenda when they are unable to enact legislation through the democratic process.