The anti-gun group Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America has been trying to get Target to ban all guns from their stores for several months now. In spite of the group’s name being the biggest misnomer in the history of what “gun sense” actually means, the group tried to stage a protest outside of a San Antonio Target.
But the protest didn’t last long before the store manager asked the group to leave the property. The group was trying to get customers to sign a petition that would ban guns from their stores. Target’s current policy is simply to follow local laws in regards to firearms, but the store is definitely not a “pro-gun” company.
According to Fox San Antonio,
These moms were hoping to ask Target customers to sign a petition demanding change, but the store manager asked the group to leave.
Jamie Addams, a member of Moms Demand Action, said that although they were asked to leave, their fight is not over.
“That’s slightly frustrating to know that whoever allowed that to happen that a gun rally took place, but we were armed with clipboards and children and they asked us to leave,” she said.
Open carry groups have received mixed reactions as some of their tactics have led to some companies like Jack in the Box and Chipotle banning carrying customers from their stores.
Moms Demand Action has yet to respond to how banning law abiding citizens from carrying guns would stop a criminal or psycho from carrying out an attack in the store, instead choosing to use children as a backdrop to their plan for “gun sense”.
This isn’t the first time Moms Demand Action has been asked to leave Target, and I’m guessing it won’t be the last.
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