In an open letter posted at the Gun Owners of America website, Tim Macy, chairman of the organization, minced no words calling Ohio Governor [score]John Kasich[/score] an anti-gun “wolf in sheeps’s clothing.”
He also noted that radical left-wing billionaire George Soros, who also happens to be anti-gun, “is one of John Kasich’s top financial contributors.”
As we reported recently, Soros and his surrogates have forked over more than $700,000 to his campaign. He’s also given a ton of money to Hillary Clinton.
Macy wrote, in part:
Kasich and Soros share two important traits: (1) their desire to mess up the Republican selection process for devious motives, and (2) their absolute hatred for the Second Amendment.
Kasich’s antipathy towards gun rights is no secret to anyone who’s watched his career. Make no mistake about it: When we are winning by a large margin — when we don’t need John Kasich’s vote — he’s usually there to give us a big, wet “Don Corleone kiss.”
But when the vote is close and the future of the Second Amendment is at stake, “Godfather John” usually leaves us a severed horsehead in our bed.
For example, Macy said, Kasich “joined a gaggle of fellow-RINO’s and cast the deciding vote to impose a ban on semi-auto firearms.” Bill Clinton personally thanked him for that.
Elements of the Kasich/Clinton agenda included:
(1) Provisions making it virtually impossible to legally teach kids how to use firearms;
(2) A gun show ban (masquerading as a gun show Instant Check); and
(3) Mandates to require you to “lock up your guns.”
Had Clinton been successful in passing his post-Columbine anti-gun agenda, it would have provided a legislative platform which could easily have eviscerated the Second Amendment over the last decade-and-a-half.
Now, Kasich — who, by the way, would have to win over 100 percent of the remaining delegates to secure the nomination — appears to be in league with Soros to sabotage the GOP nomination process, throwing the GOP into disarray and thereby handing the White House to Hillary Clinton, also a Soros-funded left-wing gun-grabber.
At this point, it’s beginning to look like the only real difference between Kasich and Clinton is the amount of money they’ve received from Soros.
It’s time for Kasich to go away and let Republicans choose their nominee in an honest and fair election. He can also take Soros’ money with him and console himself with the knowledge that he won his home state.
Macy’s entire piece is well worth reading…
- Say what? Kasich gets over $700,000 from Soros, surrogates
- Soros-funded John Kasich a spoiler to ensure a brokered convention
- Voter Fraud in Ohio Tied to Hillary Clinton and George Soros
- Eric Holder, George Soros to monitor elections in various states
- Soros-funded Media Matters: Accurately quoting Democratic Congressman constitutes a ‘smear’