The lamestream media told you:
Americans for Responsible Solutions
Everytown for Gun Safety
Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America
Illegal Mayors Against Guns
The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:
These names keep popping up in the "news," but who are they exactly? Do they have memberships? Are they "real" or are they empty shell constructs of some power broker, unquestioned by the "news" media? Why do they command such high-profile positions in the media? How did they burst onto the scene so rapidly?
Is the media doing its job vetting them? Should their membership lists be publicly revealed like gun-permit lists reporters periodically release or attempt to release? Why do those groups receive such credible and plausible coverage, when time-honored and long-standing constitutionally based groups in every state and nationally are routinely trashed by the same reporters and editors?
Should the licenses and registrations of reporters and editors be subject to official inquiries? Oh, that's right, they don't have any.
Those questions unfortunately have truly ugly answers, because the named groups are little more than hastily constructed propaganda vehicles created by a small handful of insanely rich power-brokers led by former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg and allies. And everyone knows it. The media's lack of ethics shines brightly through that smokescreen.
The media and the shell groups are exercising a misplaced vendetta against the fundamental human and civil right to keep and bear arms, in the false belief that by placing all gunpowder in the hands of the government and the police we will all be safer. (Some black people have less faith in that plan.)
The media knows this but ignores it its headlong rush to praise "the establishment" and vilify and crush the very rights that protect their right to publish the filth they propagate. The level of distortion associated with this "news" coverage would win awards, if journalism awards were given for such categories as distortion, misinformation, lack of balance, and failure to accurately inform on subjects of critical importance to the American republic. Calls for a U.S. Dept. of Accuracy (DOA) were unheeded at press time.