New anti-gun group hopes foreign
lawsuits will increase domestic 'gun control'

By Lee Williams. Jan 23, 2024

In what may be a sign of growing desperation, a new anti-gun nonprofit has funded and filed two lawsuits against American firearm manufacturers in Mexican courts, a lawsuit against Smith & Wesson in a Canadian court, and a civil rights complaint with the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights – a foreign group with no legal authority in the United States.

Global Action on Gun Violence hopes "international pressure" from their foreign lawsuits will somehow give rise to increased 'gun control' in the United States, according to a recent story in the Trace, which is the propaganda arm of former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg's anti-gun empire. Global Action on Gun Violence, or GAGV, has not filed its financial information or been rated by the country's largest nonprofit watchdogs.

While the GAGV has only been around for a few years, its president and founder, Jonathan Lowy, spent decades in the 'gun-control' industry. Lowy worked 25 years as chief counsel and vice-president for legal affairs at the Brady 'gun control' group. In addition to Lowy, GAGV's chief development officer, chief financial officer and communications manager worked for Brady too. Lowy is a member of the American Bar Association's gun violence committee and has written several 'gun-control' stories for major newspapers, including an opinion column for The Washington Post, which was titled "The Mexican cartels can be stopped if we stop supplying them with arms."

Lowy's column does not hold the ATF accountable for "Operation Fast and Furious," which put hundreds of American firearms into the hands of the Mexican drug cartels, who used them to murder Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry in 2010, as well as hundreds of Mexican nationals. .....


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