Fairfax, VA – -(Ammoland.com)- The National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) has recently updated the candidate ratings for Florida’s 6th Congressional District.
The previous endorsement for Fred Costello has been rescinded and his rating has been changed from an “A” to a “?” due to his recent statements in support of Florida’s gun control bill, SB 7026.
This bill prohibits law-abiding adults aged 18 to 21 from purchasing firearms and imposes a three-day waiting period on the purchase of rifles and shotguns.
The updated ratings for Florida’s 6th Congressional District can be found here.
Established in 1975, the Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) is the “lobbying” arm of the National Rifle Association of America. ILA is responsible for preserving the right of all law-abiding individuals in the legislative, political, and legal arenas, to purchase, possess and use firearms for legitimate purposes as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Visit: www.nra.org
During a town hall meeting a couple of years ago, John Cornyn was asked if he would support gun control, or the rights of the American gun owner and he simply would not answer the question. I will never vote for that liar again. Like all RINOs they lie through their eye-teeth. He was even so rude as to just walk out of the room.
@Piper Colt, If you ever hear of anyone running against Cornyn in a primary, please pass it on. Cornyn is a Grand Old Prostitute hack.
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Why is the NRA being so easy on these POS that go against the 2A. Once these politicians turn they need to be outed with an “F” rating Period. Once they turn against the 2A even a little it will be like a roller coster ride to the bottom.
It’s like pregnancy: all or nothing.
What we REALLY need to be aware of are those potential politicians (or those already in office) who are at heart, slime democrat/communists masquerading as conservatives. Wolves in sheep’s clothing are our greater enemy. Once elected they can ruin everything just like the “never Trumpers” are doing along with the turncoat republicans.
While you are thinking about this, think about the bigger picture…. RINOs or not, if the Democrats take the mid-term elections, IT IS ALL OVER BUT THE SHOUTING. There will be no 2nd amendment, an we may not have the Supreme Court. Nancy Pelosi is salivating over this. Even if the contestant is a RINO, plug your nose and VOTE REPUBLICAN! Trump is keeping his promises, but he can’t do much without the House and Senate.
People we have got to stick together and vote out all of these anti second amendment politicians and that includes the NRA for which I’m a life member or we will loose these rights.
Wild Bill what you say is absolutely true. Cornyn has now voted for 2 anti gun bills, quietly. He is a RINO, and we need to find a primary challenger in 2020.
We need to vote all BolshieCrats and RINOlsheviks out of office in order to save our Constitution.
Senator Cornyn, of Texas, is not proSecond Amendment Civil Rights, although he masquerades as a conservative.
Which anti-freedom (gun control) bills has he voted for? As a Texan, I have heard nothing to this effect and wish to keep abreast of such things.
@mac E. Johnson, Cornyn authored and pushed a bump stock ban, until that issue got pushed over to the BATFE. Cornyn can not be a true supporter of the peoples’ civil rights and support a ban on gun parts, at the same time. Cornyn is a covert elitist that supports incremental people control.
The NRA, of which I am a life member, recruiter and instructor, needs to grow a pair of cojones. The “?” rating is a wimpy move: either endorse or condemn the candidate!
Agreed, he should be rated an F. Of course this isn’t the first time the NRA has been wishy-washy nor, I suspect, will it be the last.