Levi Strauss Teams with Billionaire Michael Bloomberg to Attack Gun Rights


Levi Strauss & Co.’s CEO Chip Bergh has thrown his hat into the Second Amendment rights ring by announcing the company’s public gun control advocacy.

The company plans to donate $1 million over four years through grants to anti-gun groups — including the nonprofit Everytown for Gun Safety, a Michael Bloomberg-fronted group — and will also encourage employee contributions through offering to double match all the monies they throw toward the anti-gun campaign.

Within 24 hours of the mass shooting at Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School earlier this year, Everytown received $750,000 in online donations.

The day after the incident, Bloomberg, a long-time advocate for tighter firearm regulations in this country, urged citizens to act to “demand common-sense solutions to the gun violence crisis.”- READ MORE

Feinstein repeatedly used Kavanaugh’s SCOTUS hearing this week to grandstand about her views on the Second Amendment — and Pollack was clearly riled by the senator’s behavior.

“Senator Feinstein, Please stop weaponizing the death of my daughter to push your radical agenda,” Pollack wrote in one tweet.


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