TXGR Allen West to Dan Patrick

Constitutional Carry update from Lt. Col. Allen West!!!

Constitutional Carry update from Lt. Col. Allen West!!!

May 13, 2021

Here we go again!

Last night, the Texas House of Representatives brought up Constitutional Carry House Bill 1927 on the floor of the Texas House of Representatives:

Just as we expected, Democrats quickly called a point of order in an attempt to kill Constitutional Carry — thanks to the poison pill amendments added by Lt. Governor Dan Patrick and the Senate.

But after long deliberation, it appears House Leadership struck a deal with Democrats to keep Constitutional Carry alive by rejecting ALL Senate amendments and sending it to conference committee.

Now, the ball is in Lt. Governor Dan Patrick’s court.

That’s why we are teaming up with our good friend Lt. Col. Allen West to send Dan Patrick an important message: get Constitutional Carry to Governor Abbott’s desk. No excuses. No delays!

We are almost at the finish line.

So it’s absolutely critical we keep up the pressure on Lt. Governor Patrick and the entire Texas Senate.

Will you call Lt. Governor Dan Patrick and encourage him to get Constitutional Carry House Bill 1927 to the desk of Governor Abbott RIGHT AWAY?

Lt. Governor Dan Patrick: (512) 463-0001

Your message can be as simple as:

Send Constitutional Carry House Bill 1927 to Governor Abbott’s desk without excuses or delays! No compromise! Texas Gun Rights will keep me informed of your actions.

Constitutional Carry would’ve never gotten this far without your relentless pressure.

With your continued support, I am confident we will make Texas the 21st Constitutional Carry state!

Thank you for all that you continue to do.

For Texas and Liberty,

Chris McNutt
Executive Director
Texas Gun Rights

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