HOW MICHAEL BLOOMBERG’S $29 MILLION BOUGHT NEVADA GUN CONTROL LAWS

HOW MICHAEL BLOOMBERG’S $29 MILLION BOUGHT NEVADA GUN CONTROL LAWS

March 21, 2019

Rob Lauer Political Reporter

Former New York Mayor, Michael Bloomberg, injected some $29 million into Nevada politics with 100 percent of the proceeds benefiting Democrats in his war against the 2nd Amendment since 2016. As we watch Nevada legislators cast votes for gungrab laws, like SB143, let’s take a closer look at what or who $29 million bought in Nevada. By comparison, the NRA only donated $1,595,044.78 total since 2008.

According to the Nevada Secretary of State’s Campaign Website data tracker, Michael Bloomberg personally donated more than $12 million and another 17 million through his Everytown PAC to Nevada Democrats.

Lawmakers                                                                                                                                                         Donations Made by Michael Bloomberg’s PAC Everytown (according to the NV SOS)

Assemblyman Steve Yeager, Chairman of the Judiciary Committee                                                                                Oct 2018  $10,000

State Assembly, District 41 Sandra Jauregui                                                                                                                         Oct 2018   $10,000

State Assembly, District 21 Ozzie Fumo                                                                                                                                 Oct 2018   $10,000

State Senator Majority Leader Kelvin D Atkinson (PAC)                                                                                                    Oct 2018   $50,000

State Senate, Clark District 6 Nicole Jeanette Cannizzaro                                                                                                  Oct 2018    $10,000     

Nevada Democratic Party (Just in 2018)                                                                                                                                                    $500,000

 

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