The gun control debate is heating up as the 2020 Presidential election draws near. In a year marked by chaos and uncertainty, Americans have armed themselves at an astounding rate, breaking background check records month after month. Americans’ overwhelming support for the 2nd Amendment has caused the Everytown for Gun Safety gun reform group to expand their opinion-based political ads into new realms.
In key swing states, Everytown for Gun Safety has had to resort to criticizing candidates on healthcare, Coronavirus response, pharmaceuticals, and public school funding. Arizona, Iowa, Minnesota, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania will all be treated to . . .
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