Top Menu

Meet The Giffords’ Impact Network of Anti-Gun Companies

The anti-gun organization called Giffords recently released a list of companies that “have stepped up” to “support social issues, like gun violence prevention.” This group of companies is what they're calling the Giffords Impact Network.

According to the Giffords' website, this is a network of companies who are dedicated to fight “gun violence” and help keep communities safe. How will they make this happen? As of this writing these companies have pledged nearly a million dollars to “gun safety” which will help them do the following:

  • Engage on gun safety at the federal, state, and local levels
  • Train employees and “change attitudes”
  • Work with companies on core-business issues related to “gun safety”
  • Host Impact Network summits

Here is a portion of the press release found on the Giffords' website:

Gun safety isn’t a partisan issue—it’s on all of us to take a stand. Even when legislation stalled in Congress, American businesses stepped up to fight gun violence—not just with words but with actions. This year, Giffords will help companies take next steps to engage with their employees and customers as we continue the work to keep our kids and communities safe.

The Impact Network will help make lasting change and progress by developing new capacity for companies to change attitudes and create the space for reforms to keep Americans safe.

The companies have committed nearly a million dollars to gun violence prevention efforts.

Here is the tweet announcing the list of the founding Impact Network companies.

So, while Giffords seems to think that Americans want to support anti-freedom companies, I think it's actually the opposite of what is true. To me, I think Americans don't want to spend money with companies who are actively trying to take away freedom which is actually the purpose of this blog post.

While I don't use any of these companies anymore, this serves as a list of companies who are anti-gun and therefore anti-freedom. I won't be spending my hard-earned money here.

Please note that I do NOT support cancel culture. This is not me trying to cancel anyone. However, if a company is actively trying to diminish my freedom as an American they can go pound on some sand because I really don't want to support a company like this, unless I have no other options.

I also like to give you the same info that I have so you can make these choices for yourself and your life, as well.

What is your take on these gun control companies and this impact network of freedom haters? Let us know in the comments below.

, ,

5 Responses to Meet The Giffords’ Impact Network of Anti-Gun Companies

  1. Vance March 8, 2021 at 3:56 pm #

    I carry both open and concealed. I think mass shootings would be diminished if more people did. I don’t carry where I’m not supposed to. Someone with as death wish doesn’t care what the rules are. I’ll change my mind right after guns start pulling their own triggers. Until then, a more armed society would be safer.

  2. Tom Michalak March 9, 2021 at 9:49 am #

    I only know 3 of the companies on the list. I buy from only two of them. The amount of business i give them will not sway their attitudes toward me. But they are persueing the wrong agenda. They should be pursueing criminal violence as their is no such thing as gun violence. There is however, violence committed using a gun. So they should be after bad guys with guns! The term “gun violence” is used by the MSM to support an agenda that is unconstitutional!

  3. BobF March 10, 2021 at 6:22 pm #

    Since this is all a thinly veiled effort to remove guns from citizens (just like the Nazis, the Chinese, Pohl Pot and other wonderful leaders have in history) it is a disgrace that these companies would pander to the useful idiots who cannot think rationally but only feel the fear that is constantly pushed on them by the leftists.

  4. Andy March 11, 2021 at 12:44 pm #

    If these companies are not hypocrites, they are putting up money for gun safety education. I am an instructor with Project Appleseed and we have been teaching safe handling and effective gun safety for years. I should be able to apply for some grant money to fund our gun safety organization!
    Or the are just hypocrites.

  5. frankjbonazza3 March 12, 2021 at 7:57 am #

    Americans do not want the companies we support to “support social issues”, or at least not made up issues or some woke nonsense. Any company that does so (I.E. Coca Cola-be less white) no longer deserves or gets my business. I want a company to make a good, affordable product. I do not need them to tell me I’m wrong because of my skin tone or because I own firearms. The current state of our country due to these insane Leftists is becoming intolerable. Enough is enough

Leave a Reply

All comments are moderated to ensure compliance with our community guidelines