CSGV in ThinkProgress

North Carolina gun shop uses images of four congresswomen of color on billboard The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence called the billboard “dangerous.”

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CSGV in ELLE

A North Carolina Gun Shop Put Up A Billboard Targeting The Freshman Democratic Congresswomen “Threats against members of Congress, particularly minority members are [rising] and it is driven by the president’s racial rhetoric,” nonprofit group Coalition to Stop Gun Violence (CSGV) wrote on Facebook in response to the billboard. “This is dangerous!”

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CSGV in Business Insider

A North Carolina gun shop billboard comparing ‘The Squad’ to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse has been denounced as an incitement to violence After the billboard went up over the weekend, about a mile away from Cherokee Guns in Murphy, gun control advocacy group the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence denounced it as an …

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CSGV in The Huffington Post

Billboard Company To Pull Controversial Gun Shop Ad That Calls ‘Squad’ Idiots The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence condemned the language in the ad as “disgusting anti-government violent rhetoric.” “Threats against members of Congress, particularly minority members are [on the rise] and it is driven by the president’s racial rhetoric,” the group wrote on Facebook. …

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CSGV in The Washington Post

‘How the hell is this not inciting violence?’ Gun store erects billboard with minority lawmakers’ faces An image shared to the shop’s Facebook page Sunday went viral this week and drew a sharp rebuke from the women pictured, as well as anti-gun-violence advocates. The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence on Monday called the billboard “violent rhetoric.”

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Andrew Patrick in The Progress-Index

‘Common sense’ a theme of gun-control town hall “They’re terrified,” Andrew Patrick, media director of the state Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, said of the GOP lawmakers. Patrick noted how gun-control advocates far outnumbered gun-rights supporters outside the state Capitol for the July session, and he claimed that scared many of the lawmakers into inaction.

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CSGV in MSN

Gun shop billboard mocks “the Squad” “Disgusting anti-government violent rhetoric from Cherokee Guns in North Carolina,” Coalition to Stop Gun Violence wrote on Facebook, sharing an image of the billboard.

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CSGV in Essence Magazine

North Carolina Gun Shop Puts Up Billboard Calling ‘The Squad’ Idiots The billboard was blasted on Monday by nonprofit Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, who called it “dangerous” in a Facebook post, the Hill notes. “Disgusting anti-government violent rhetoric from Cherokee Guns in North Carolina,” the post read. “Threats against members of Congress, particularly minority members are [rising] and it …

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CSGV in CBS News Online

Gun shop billboard mocks “the Squad,” calling four congresswomen “idiots” “Disgusting anti-government violent rhetoric from Cherokee Guns in North Carolina,” Coalition to Stop Gun Violence wrote on Facebook, sharing an image of the billboard. “Threats against members of Congress, particularly minority members are 📈 and it is driven by the president’s racial rhetoric This is …

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CSGV in Fox News Channel Online

North Carolina gun shop billboard mocks the ‘Squad’ as ‘idiots’ The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence called the ad “dangerous” and referred to President Trump‘s comments about the group when he told them earlier this month to return to the “crime infested places from which they came.” “Disgusting anti-government violent rhetoric from Cherokee Guns in North Carolina,” …

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CSGV in Yahoo! Lifestyle

Gun shop’s billboard targeting Democratic congresswomen sparks outcry: ‘Racist’ The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, a social welfare organization focused on “policy development, strategic engagement, and effective advocacy,” shared the billboard in a Facebook post on Monday, calling it “Disgusting anti-government violent rhetoric.” “Threats against members of Congress, particularly minority members are [rising’ and it is driven …

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Josh Horwitz & Kayla Hicks in Media Matters For America

We talked to experts about how debate moderators can stop asking lousy gun violence questions Josh Horwitz, executive director of the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence urged moderators to discuss actual policy proposals in the gun violence prevention movement, something that people have vetted, as opposed to fears that a nationwide gun buyback program will …

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CSGV in The Hill

North Carolina gun shop puts up ‘4 Horsemen’ billboard to slam progressive congresswomen The display was criticized Monday by the nonprofit group Coalition to Stop Gun Violence (CSGV), which called it “disgusting anti-government violent rhetoric,” The Charlotte Observer first reported. “Threats against members of Congress, particularly minority members are [rising] and it is driven by the …

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CSGV in Newsweek

GUN SHOP SPARKS OUTRAGE WITH BILLBOARD INSULTING ‘THE SQUAD’ MEMBERS: ‘THE 4 HORSEMEN ARE IDIOTS’ But the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence said that the billboard, which was placed in the town located around 240 miles west of Charlotte, is “dangerous.” The four women have been the target of criticism by President Donald Trump, whose now …

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CSGV in The Charlotte Observer

‘Idiots’: NC gun shop billboard mocks AOC and three other liberal congresswomen Among those sharing: The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence which called the billboard “dangerous.” It also cited President Donald Trump as being partly responsible. Trump has been critical of Ocasio-Cortez and the three others on the billboard: Reps. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Ayanna Pressley of …

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Lori Haas in Media Matters For America

Wash. Post overstates the NRA’s ability to influence legislation and elections The article included only a single piece of plausible analysis. Contrary to the narrative adopted by the rest of the piece, Coalition to Stop Gun Violence Virginia Director Lori Haas told the paper, “I don’t believe that Republicans in the General Assembly are doing …

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Andrew Patrick in NPR

New Zealand Starts Gun Buyback Program In Response To Christchurch Mosque Shootings Andrew Patrick, media director of The Coalition To Stop Gun Violence, said the nationwide gun buyback plan demonstrates the type of “action and accountability in response to a horrific mass shooting that is unfortunately missing in the United States of America. When it …

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Lori Haas in The Washington Post

The NRA is in turmoil. But in Virginia gun debate this week, the group flexed its muscles. Lori Haas, the Virginia director of the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, has worked particularly closely with the administration, appearing at events with Moran and Northam. She also appeared in Virginia Beach with Democratic state Senate candidate Missy …

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Jen Pauliukonis in The Washington Post

They grew up practicing lockdown drills. Now they’re steering the conversation on gun violence. Jen Pauliukonis, the director of state affairs at the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, warned them not to be discouraged if a bill they’re pushing takes more than one session to pass.

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The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence Statement on Virginia Special Session

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 9, 2019 MEDIA CONTACT: Andrew Patrick apatrick@csgv.org 202-408-0061 x 1017 (c) 828-712-7603 The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence Statement on Virginia Special Session Coalition to Stop Gun Violence Virginia State Director Lori Haas issued the following statement: “The political cowardice and abdication of duty by Republicans in Richmond was on full …

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