Gun control advocates miss the lesson of History and the character of Texans

Pratt on Texas - copyright Pratt on Texas all rights reserved“It’s hard. Texas is hard,” said Elva Mendoza, a leading Texas organizer with Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America.

It is the one thing the Left cannot abide which Mendoza addresses about Texas being hard: Many of us value our liberty and will not be cowed into submission into a society in which the innocent have taken away their most effective defense against not only criminals but governments which fail to respect the rights and sovereignty of the individual.

“It’s hard. Texas is hard,” said Elva Mendoza, a leading Texas organizer with Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America according to the AP about Texans not embracing her position on firearms.

Tomorrow, Tuesday, March 6th we remember the anniversary of the fall of the Alamo to a tyrant who was elected president under a constitution very similar to that of our country’s today. But words on paper didn’t make Santa Anna respect the Mexican Constitution of 1824 because when government has most all of the guns the opinion of the citizen matters little.

Many of the men such as William Barret Travis who gave their lives at the Alamo had first swarmed to Gonzalez to join the locals in their Come and Take It fight when they said no to the government’s idea of “gun sense.”

Elva Mendoza, a leading Texas organizer with Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, says “Texas is hard,” because she neither recognizes the truths of history or the character of freedom loving Texans.

It is pitiful she has as many adherents as she does and certainly those folk miss the entire reason men chose to stay, fight, and die at the Alamo.

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