A public awareness program coming to Pennsylvania promises that it is not political and promises to only to protect the kids. But it’s clear it’s main mission is to demonize gun owners while using the children to do it.
The program is called ASK (Asking Saves Kids) and it encourages parents to ask each other about guns in their homes. The goal is to make sure children are not playing in homes where the parents home guns. And if that’s not political, then the 2nd amendment is not in the constitution.
Triblive has reported that an advertising campaign will start in Allegheny County on September 16th to kick start the program. Dan Gross, president of the Center to Prevent Youth Violence in New York, said, “This is not a polarizing political issue. This is an aspect where we can all be united and keep our kids safe.”
“A lot of this is about reframing conversations about gun violence every day in our communities. You’re not a bad person if you want to protect your family and you buy a gun to do it. But we have to have a conversation about the risks,” Gross said.
As further proof that the anti-gun movement is targeting the medical field, the group is aiming to put their advertising posters in pediatrician’s offices. Apparently owning a gun is a medical issue now and akin to causing your children physical harm.
“My kids aren’t allowed in a house until I know there’s no weapons,” Murphy said. “That’s the first thing I ask. It’s very important.”
“I have learned over 30 years not to trust these types of organizations,” Stolfer said. “They have no experience, knowledge or altruistic purposes.”