Kamala Harris apparently thinks her path to the presidency is going out of her way to demonize people who own guns and organizations that protect the right to bear arms.

The horror of choosing candidates who try to uphold the Constitution.

Dana Loesch blows Harris’ logic to the sky with a piece from Jonah Goldberg piece at National Review.

As the NRO piece points out, the NRA spends very little on getting politicians elected:

Tim Mullaney, a writer for Marketwatch, wrote a richly detailed essay in which he chronicled just how minuscule the NRA’s financial support is — and how small the entire gun industry is — and yet he still concluded it has to be about the money. He writes that “it’s shocking when you realize that it costs only $2,500 per each of the 22,000 or so gun-murder victims of the last election cycle to make Congress cower and refuse to tighten gun rules.”

Meanwhile, that’s billion (with a ‘B’) for Planned Parenthood (via Heritage):

Over a three-year period, Planned Parenthood and its affiliates spent $288 million in federal funds. They also received $1.2 billion in funding from Medicaid, which combines federal and state funds.

That adds up to a whopping total of $1.5 billion in taxpayer funds from federal health programs.

Here’s a FIFY tweet for Sen. Harris.

Between Eric Swalwell (now in the presidential race) and Harris, it will be entertaining to see who can out gun-grab the other.