VCDL-PAC Alert: Wolfe for Fairfax County, VA Sheriff

VCDL-PAC Alert: Wolfe for Fairfax County, VA Sheriff
VCDL-PAC Alert: Wolfe for Fairfax County, VA Sheriff
Virginia Citizens Defense League
Virginia Citizens Defense League

Covington VA --(Ammoland.com)- We have all been very upset about hypocritical politicians and wished we could do more to stop them… NOW YOU can!!

While we can do so little to stop out of state slush money from billionaire hypocrites like Mayor Bloomberg – who trots around the world with an ARMED platoon – we CAN, with your action and support, stop one new Virginia Anti-Gun Hypocrite… here is how:

VCDL-PAC is proud to endorse Retired Police Detective Sergeant Bryan Wolfe for Fairfax County Sheriff. Click below to watch the first EVER VCDL-PAC commercial about this important race.

On Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izdY2c7E5to

In the Election for Fairfax County Sheriff, Tuesday, November 5, there is a hypocrite who is becoming increasingly more and more extreme in her anti-gun position! She is opposed by a solid pro-Self Defense, Pro-Second Amendment FIRST TIME political candidate.

Det. Sgt. Wolfe is a two time winner of ‘Police Officer of the Year’ and also a former U.S. Air Force Staff Sergeant. As a certified firearms instructor AND range master Wolfe has brought to light the anti-freedom hypocrisy of his opponent as she has embraced a steadily more aggressive anti-Second Amendment agenda. As a child of a military family and long term resident of Northern Virginia, Wolfe has bucked the all too familiar trend of many who seek public office and is boldly running as a fellow supporter of our Constitutionally protected freedoms. Experienced with firearms and as a 30-year law enforcement professional, he will protect your Second Amendment freedoms thereby making Fairfax County a better, safer place to live, work and raise a family.

Bryan Wolfe is the right candidate at the right time. We can send a powerful pro-freedom message if we all get behind, support, volunteer for and on election day, Vote Wolfe for Sheriff!!! http://www.wolfeforsheriff.com

And please do one other thing…we are asking YOU to TAKE ACTION — please post links to this ad as far and wide as you can. Get it out on social media, Facebook, forums, blogs, tweets and twitter, comments in news stories, submitted to media contacts, etc., etc. In short, please use your talents and resources to help us get this message out and maybe help get it to go viral.

Elections have consequences!

  • To contribute via PayPal: http://www2.vcdl.org/webapps/vcdl/donatepac.html
  • To contribute via mobipledge: https://mobipledge.mobi/vcdlpac/webpledge/

To send a check, make payable to: VCDL-PAC or VCDL Political Action Committee and mail to:

VCDL-PAC
P.O. Box 254
Garrisonville, VA. 22463

Checks save us valuable dollars in processing fees. Please include the following information with your check:

Full name
Address (P.O. Boxes are acceptable)
Occupation
Employer
Locality and State of Employment

The State Board of Elections requires that we collect this information with political contributions.

Bob Sadtler
Chairman, VCDL-PAC

About:
Virginia Citizens Defense League, Inc. (VCDL). VCDL is an all-volunteer, non-partisan grassroots organization dedicated to defending the human rights of all Virginians. The Right to Keep and Bear Arms is a fundamental human right. Visit: www.vcdl.org

  • One thought on “VCDL-PAC Alert: Wolfe for Fairfax County, VA Sheriff

    1. “Elections have consequences!”
      Unless Republicans lose! Then we try to throw out laws and Supreme Court rulings and budgets we don’t like and throw childlike tantrums. The sheriff has nothing to do with gun laws and Wolfe has no qualifications to be sheriff. Fortunately, Republicans are a dwindling minority in Fairfax, so there’s no chance he will be. So donate away!

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