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Congressman Greg Murphy (RINO-NC) has voted yet again to saddle our military service personnel, including perhaps even retired personnel, with "red flag" gun control laws, enforced by military judges.  The Democrats and the Bloomberg crowd have been pushing this for a while.  

The RINO leadership in the House backed this Democrat bill, and of the 75 Republicans who voted against it, only the two dependable conservatives in the NC delegation, Ted Budd and Dan Bishop voted to stand up for the gun rights of our military.  Too often, our House "Republican" leaders are as bad as Pelosi.

Here is a full list of all the RINOs in the House who sold us out on gun rights:

Lets hope there are changes in the Senate.

In his first primary for Congress, North Carolina's leading statewide gun rights group, Grassroots North Carolina, in its endorsement declared that Greg Murphy was the one among the 17 candidates that gun rights voters should NOT vote for.  While they did recommend one outstanding candidate, they were content with all the others EXCEPT Greg Murphy.  It looks like they had Murphy's number better than many voters.

This is yet another vote that shows Ted Budd is the strong conservative voice NC needs in the US Senate.  No wonder President Trump endorsed him.

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