Is NJ Senator Jeffrey Chiesa Biden’s ‘1 of 5’ for Gun Control

NJ Senator Jeffrey Chiesa
Is NJ Senator Jeffrey Chiesa Biden's ‘1 of 5' for Gun Control
National Association for Gun Rights
National Association for Gun Rights

Colorado ––(Ammoland.com)- IRS abuse of political enemies. Massive spying on American citizens. Cover-ups in the deaths of Americans in Benghazi.

Barack Obama is awash in political scandals.

Yet what are Washington insiders talking about?

Finding someone to bailout President Obama's failed anti-gun agenda.

They're even saying that New Jersey brand new U.S. Senator, Jeffrey Chiesa, could be the key to making it happen.

Is NJ Senator Jeffrey Chiesa planning to advance the scandal-ridden administration's efforts to abuse the rights of Americans by supporting the next wave of anti-gun legislation?

I hope not.

But recent reports have me very worried that Senator Chiesa might be the next to jump ship and sell us out.

You see, Vice President Joe Biden is claiming he's found “at least five” new votes for gun control in the U.S. Senate.

Of course, he's not saying who they are.

But it's not hard to conclude that Senator Chiesa might be on the top of that list.

After all, as New Jersey's state Attorney General, Jeff Chiesa launched a crusade to “buy back,” “melt down,” and “destroy” as many firearms in New Jersey as possible.

Since he's already demonstrated how little he thinks of your Second Amendment rights in Trenton, I'm very worried he'll play right into Senator Harry Reid's hands in Washington.

This is very concerning.

You see, following the failure of the Toomey-Manchin national gun registration scheme in April, Barack Obama and Harry Reid were ticked off. ( Joe Biden almost cried at a press conference)

Radical anti-gunners like billionaire-playboy New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg set out to circle the wagons and punish every swing Senator that didn't vote their way.

They're trying to convince them that you want the government to further restrict your gun rights.

And some of them may fall for it.

Now the anti-gunners in the U.S. Senate are just a few votes shy of passing the next assault on your right to keep-and-bear arms.

If they can get New Jersy's Senator Chiesa, they could put anti-gun legislation back on the fast track.

I'm talking about expanded federal background checks. So-called “gun trafficking” legislation. New mental health mandates.

It's all still VERY alive.

You and I must not allow them to get away with these attempts to criminalize more law-abiding citizens and herd more gun owners into the federal NICS registration system.

The reality is, when anti-gun politicians talk about expanding “background checks,” what they really mean is expanding “gun registration.”

It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out the only way to enforce “background checks” is to hand the feds a record of EVERY firearm transferred through a Federal Firearms Licensee.

Of course, the gun grabbers claim federal officials destroy every record in the system after a set time, but do you really trust Barack Obama or Eric Holder to do so?

I sure don't.

After all, this is the same Administration currently embroiled in scandal after scandal — from the IRS abuse of political enemies, massive spying on American citizens and cover-ups in the deaths of Americans in Benghazi.

And not to mention the Fast and Furious scandal, where the Obama administration just looked the other way while bloodthirsty Mexican drug gangs funneled arms across the border resulting in the death of Border Patrol Agent, Brian Terry.

No American citizen who values their freedom should trust Barack Obama or Eric Holder after the outrages we've seen out of the Obama administration.

Right now, one of the biggest questions on the Hill is whether or not Jeffrey Chiesa will be the next to break ranks to bailout President Obama and his failed gun control bill.

This could get ugly.

Senator Chiesa could be the deciding vote to hand over thousands of records of law-abiding gun owners to Barack Obama and his power-abusing lieutenants.

That's why I am doing everything I can to mobilize the resources of NAGR and every member and supporter in New Jersey to help convince Senator Jeff Chiesa not to sell you out.

When you're done, please contact Senator Chiesa and urge him to OPPOSE any new anti-gun “deal.”

Senator Jeffrey Chiesa can be reached by telephone at:

*** (202) 224-3224

Remind him that gun owners in New Jersey and all over the country are watching his actions.

Insist he vote against each and every anti-gun bill, motion, proposal, or “deal” that Harry Reid tries to ram through.

Please do not wait.

Please act right away.

For Freedom,
Dudley Brown
Executive Vice President

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    Agree with Ummm however Chiesa is still a “new vote”, literally speaking. So Uncle Joe could still be tooting his horn about his 5 new votes without being any closer to passage than before. I hope.

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    This guy can’t be one of the five because he is replacing Lautenberg’s vote, which was for Obama’s package. Even if this guy is for the package, which is a good assumption, there still needs to be 5 additional changed votes. Is this too hard to understand?