Today’s example of the Theory of Unintended Consequences

Theory of Unintended Consequences

One thing the Left has never understood is the Theory of Unintended Consequences.

Nothing made that more obvious than the DNC filing their ridiculous lawsuit last week.

And today we have yet another example of the Theory of Unintended Consequences.

The NRA broke a 15-year fundraising record this March when their Political Victory Fund garnered $2.4 million.

From the Miami Herald:

The $2.4 million haul is the most money raised by the NRA’s political arm in one month since June 2003, the last month when electronic federal records were readily available. It surpasses the $1.1 million and $1.5 million raised in January and February 2013, the two months after the Sandy Hook school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut.

Now for the money quote – pardon the pun:

Most of the donations, $1.9 million of the $2.4 million total, came from small donors who gave less than $200.

And that right there is significant.

Small donors are leading the way in support of the National Rifle Association – not bigwig corporations or the dreaded Mercers or Koch brothers.

Don’t underestimate that.

When ordinary Americans are willing to step up and donate to the NRA in droves, it should be a giant red flag. And not just for the anti-gun groups pushing the so-called Parkland survivors.

It should also be a red flag to the Democrats who’ve decided to make gun control an issue during a midterm election year.

By shoving the anti-gun teens into the spotlight, the Democrats and their media sycophants once again show their ignorance about the Theory of Unintended Consequences.

You’d think the Party of ScienceTM would understand that.

After all, it’s Newton’s Third Law – for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.

You can’t expect this endless push to erode our unalienable rights to go unanswered.

Right now, Americans are answering with their wallets.

And in November, they’ll be answering with their votes.

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