We're On Offense Now: DC Project's Message to Gun Control Groups

The pro-2A group's video takes on the demonization of responsible gun ownership.

posted on April 13, 2022

The DC Project, Women for Gun Rights, a nationwide grassroots organization of women dedicated to safeguarding the Second Amendment, has released a new video, We're on Offense Now. The educational video explains the truth about the demonization of gun owners and that misinformation about responsible gun ownership will no longer be tolerated. 

"I have listened to their lies, and I have taken their punches, but I refuse to stay silent any longer," declares Dianna Muller, DC Project founder, at the beginning of the video. "If we expect to preserve our Constitutional rights, we cannot continue to sit on the sidelines. We must speak up and have conversations today. The truth is powerful, so please share this video."

DC Project Advisory Board member Beth Walker discusses the organization's reach and how it reflects every facet of women in America who own guns. "The individuals who are vocal gun control proponents have no idea what responsible firearms owners look like. They are surprised to learn that women own or even want guns. They simply cannot imagine that moms, daughters, and grandmas exercise their freedom to choose firearms as a way to defend themselves. Help us show them the truth with this video," she asks.

We're on Offense Now also features professional shooter and Venezuelan immigrant Gabby Franco. She saw first-hand what happened in her country when the right to bear arms was stripped from its citizens. "Anti-gun messaging drove the people of my homeland to accept the lies that convinced them to relinquish their freedoms. Their consent left my people unable to protect themselves from tyranny."

Common sense is a theme often parroted by gun control groups. "Tragically, we again witnessed the results of common sense and soft on crime policies in Sacramento last week. Letting violent criminals out of jail, against the recommendations of the District Attorney, led to more lost lives," said Walker. "Common sense is not stealing the right of American people to protect themselves."

"The new policies outlined by the Biden administration yesterday will not save lives," Muller said. "From violent riots and defunding the police to Ukrainian citizens arming up, the past two years have really highlighted the importance of gun ownership. We suggest the White House work with us instead of demonizing us."

Muller concludes by spelling out what the DC Project is doing to preserve our fundamental rights as Americans to defend ourselves and our families. "We refuse to let gun control win with so much at stake," she said. "Therefore, we promote firearm safety education in schools, equip our friends and communities with the truth about responsible gun ownership, and work hand in hand with lawmakers by providing the armor they need to stand up to the gun control lobby."

For more, visit dcproject.info.

Latest

Nra Logo 5
Nra Logo 5

Bob Barr Elected NRA President; Doug Hamlin Elected to Serve as NRA Executive Vice President & CEO

The NRA Board of Directors also elected Pennsylvania businessman William A. Bachenberg as NRA First Vice President and Mark E. Vaughan, President of the Oklahoma Rifle Association, as NRA Second Vice President.

New Guns 2024: Beretta 30X Tomcat Pistol

Beretta has revived its tip-up design with a new Tomcat.

USA Shooting Athletes Top the Podium at Baku World Cup

USA Shooting athletes Austen Smith, Dania Vizzi and Dustan Taylor brought home some coveted hardware from the 2024 International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) Baku World Cup.

Firearm Self-Sufficiency: Identifying Ammo Issues in .22 Rimfire

The more you use firearms, the more you will encounter “what if” scenarios. Here's what to check for when your .22 rimfire is giving you ammo trouble.

Learning to Shoot from an "Expert?" Do Your Homework First!

Self-proclaimed know-it-alls should be avoided like the plague when learning the fundamentals of firearms and gun safety.

Caliber Option Pros and Cons: .410 to 12 Gauge

Before you head to the turkey woods, plan ahead to understand the limitations of each caliber while discovering what you shoot most accurately.

Women's Interests



Get the best of NRA Women delivered to your inbox.