Who doesn’t want to take your 2nd amendment rights away at this point?
With the recent Parkland massacre, the narrative has been tilted towards the aggressive leftists who are pushing to undermine the Constitution.
And now an ultra-famous American author is taking charge in the fight to take your gun rights away.
Stephen King is one of America’s most famous authors, known for horror hits like IT, The Shining, The Stand, Carrie and The Dark Tower series.
King’s most recent success was with the smash-hit re-telling of his classic novel, IT, which went on to gross over $700 million worldwide, destroying previous versions.
He’s a powerhouse writer that seems to robotically crank out novels on a daily basis.
But he’s also a liberal.
Who would’ve thought that?
King has been extremely vocal about his opposition towards President Trump on Twitter since November 2016.
And in the wake of the Parkland mass shooting, he’s trying to demonize the NRA and fulfill his liberal anti-gun agenda.
“Author Stephen King on Tuesday called a Maine congressman an “NRA sweetheart” for receiving thousands of dollars from the gun rights advocacy group.
King urged residents in a tweet to not vote for Republican U.S. Rep. Bruce Poliquin in November, citing his support from the National Rifle Association.
The Maine-born novelist has posted several tweets about gun policy since a Florida high school shooting last week that left 17 people dead.
Bruce Poliquin, Maine’s 2nd District representative, is an NRA sweetheart. According to the NY Times, the gunners have given him over $200,000 during his political career. Send him your thoughts and prayers in November, but not your vote.
— Stephen King (@StephenKing) February 20, 2018
Poliquin adviser Brent Littlefield said the incumbent congressman is a strong Second Amendment supporter and that he will not respond directly to a “Hollywood person.”
“There are literally thousands and thousands of National Rifle Association members throughout Maine,” Littlefield said.
“And Congressman Poliquin has been happy to have those Maine people’s support. Maine has a long tradition of responsible and peaceful firearms ownership.”
The New York Times has identified Poliquin as a top House recipient of NRA funding.
The newspaper last fall said the association reported spending more than $200,000 to help Poliquin’s political career, including $68,000 spent attacking his opponents.”
It’s kind of ironic that a graphic horror novelist is trying to take away your guns, don’t you think?