Later today, I’m going to hold my nose, cover my ears, block my eyes, and vote for Donald Trump for president. But that’s me. The percentage of the American electorate who “vote their guns” is relatively small. I’m reasonably sure you know people who couldn’t care less that Hillary Clinton is hell-bent on reversing Heller — and what that would mean for the safety and security of the American people. People who vote on other issues. (Yes, they exist.)
Have you convinced anyone in your social circle who isn’t a gun voter to cast their ballot for Donald J. Trump? Whether you were successful or not — and please share the outcome — how did that conversation go? Did you talk about guns or other civil rights issues, or simply point out that Ms. Clinton is the head of a criminal pay-for-play enterprise, engaged in money laundering and extra-legal communications with her network of spies, sycophants, and customers?