Manahawkin, New Jersey –-(Ammoland.com)- The New Jersey Second Amendment Society’s (www.nj2as.com) President Frank Jack Fiamingo was interviewed by Paul Mulshine of The Star Ledger today about Governor Chris Christie’s broken promise regarding gun law enforcement in an article titled ‘Broken promise could be smoking gun for Christie’s critics’ (https://tinyurl.com/8yute2s).
“Chris Christie entered politics in the 1990s as an advocate of gun control,” Mulshine says. “Ever since, he’s been walking back from that position, or at least far enough back to get through a Republican primary election.”
“There are very few towns where you can expect to get your permit in 30 days,” Fiamingo says in reference to Governor Christie promising to enforce gun laws on the government. “We’re not complaining about the towns that take 40 days. We’re complaining about the ones that go six months or even a year.”
Frank Jack Fiamingo can be reached for comment via email at [email protected] or by phone at (732) 233-6506.
The New Jersey Second Amendment Society (www.NJ2AS.com) is a no compromise defender of the right to keep and bear arms formed to promote those rights protected under the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States within the legislature and the community.