Gun-Rights Group Auctioning AR-15 With Hillary Clinton’s Photo To Raise Money For GOP

Grass Roots North Carolina is auctioning the rifle, 1,000 rounds of ammo and a photo to be used as a target where the winner will be announced Election Day.

Remember how Barack Obama was going to take away everyone’s guns and round them up in FEMA concentration camps? And remember how that actually never happened and there are more guns than ever in this country but half of them are owned by only 3% of the population? Well, it appears President Obama was just setting everyone up for his predecessor to do the confiscating and detaining.

According to Grass Roots North Carolina, the moment Hillary Clinton gets elected President of the United States, “there won’t be a gun (or ammunition) available for love nor money.” Therefore, to prevent her ascension to the throne, the gun-rights group is going to auction off an AR-15, a bunch of ammo and a portrait of $hillary herself in order to help elect some freedom-loving patriots to stop the madness.

From the group’s website:


A Palmetto State Armory M4-configured AR-15;
1,000 rounds of high quality ammunition, and (wait for it);
A FREE PORTRAIT OF HILLARY CLINTON! (Of course, we won’t tell you what to do with the photo, but when we ran a picture of Hillary on the front of our newsletter, we heard it was very popular at the range.)

GRNC is restricted by law from using organizational funds to oust anti-gun politicians. That means in addition to getting an attractive carbine (M4 feed ramp, mid-length gas system, keymod handguard to mount the latest accessories), you will help GRNC-PVF keep anti-gunners like Roy Cooper, Deborah Ross and Josh Stein from occupying offices critical to gun rights.



GRNC is calling it the “Hillary Clinton Special” and the drawing will be held on Election Day. They are selling tickets for $10 a pop or 15 for $100. Currently, GOP Governor Pat McCrory is trailing Roy Cooper in the polls by an average of two points with a recent survey showing Cooper with a 9-point lead.


H/T CBS News

Justin Baragona is the editor and publisher of Contemptor. Prior to starting the site, he worked on the editorial staff of PoliticusUSA. During that time, he had his work quoted by USA Today and BBC News, among others. Justin began his published career as a political writer for 411Mania. He currently resides in St. Louis, MO with his wife and pets.
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