Citizen control cult Moms Demand Action went to harass customers at a Texas Target store this weekend, and were rewarded with a boot in the backside:
Moms Demand Action’s peaceful protest at a local Target store was over before it even started.
Moms stood outside a San Antonio Target on Sunday afternoon, holding signs. They were asking the store to not allow customers to carry guns openly inside.
Sandy Phillips, a mom whose daughter was a mass shooting victim, was present at the event. Phillips has grown to be a gun control activist following the death of her daughter, who was killed in the Aurora, Colorado theater massacre.
“Obviously, I support any time we’re trying to get gun policy changed,” she said. “When I first saw the Open Carry Texas people carrying their loaded guns in a Target store, where my daughter used to love to shop, it was personally offensive.”
Moms Demand Action started this protest after they said gun extremists protested outside a Dallas-area Target store carrying loaded rifles.
These moms were hoping to ask Target customers to sign a petition demanding change, but the store manager asked the group to leave.
I feel a great deal of sympathy for Sandy Phillips. I’ve heard that the pain and loss of losing a child can drive some people over the edge. Perhaps that is why she can’t see the absurdity of protesting the killing of her daughter in a gun free zone by arguing to create more gun free zones and more victims.
That Shannon Watts continues to exploit the families of victims of violence to push the anti-liberty political agenda of a pint-sized narcissist like Michael Bloomberg is deplorable.