Bloomberg Unleashes $15-Million Anti-Gun Ad Blitz

Michael Bloomberg’s pet gun control group Everytown for Gun Safety has vowed to spend at least $60-million in this year’s elections, and the New York Times is reporting that the first $15-million of that anti-gun war chest will be spent in places where the Second Amendment has been fairly secure in recent years.

The gun control group says it’s earmarked at least $5-million in the state of Florida, where the group will be promoting Joe Biden’s presidential campaign, and an initial $3.5-million investment in Texas targeting a half-dozen races for the U.S. House.

The group will also be targeting races in Georgia, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Iowa, Arizona, and North Carolina, and could expand their focus as we get closer to the elections in November. In the meantime, expect a lot of Everytown ads to pop up on Facebook and other online outlets.

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