Did you know that evil Monsanto’s former PR executive is now running the anti-gun group Moms Demand Action?

Tuesday, August 21, 2018
By Paul Martin

by: Vicki Batts
Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Moms Demand Action For Gun Sense in America is a pro-gun control group founded in 2012. The group is funded by former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and is part of his “Every Town for Gun Safety” initiative. Moms Demand Action thrives on their “grass roots” image of stay-at-home moms coming together to save the children, but appearances can be deceiving. As it turns out, the group’s leader, Shannon Watts, is not exactly who she says she is. Though she may be portrayed as a stay-at-home mom, Watts is a former PR executive for the world’s most notorious poison-pushing corporation, Monsanto.

It seems that the “grass roots” group is rooted in a more elite class than anyone wants to let on; it would ruin the narrative that everyday people want Big Government to take guns away from law-abiding citizens.

Even the Moms Demand Action page tries to paint a quaint picture of Watts, stating, “Moms Demand Action was founded by stay-at-home mom Shannon Watts on December 15, 2012, in response to the devastating shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.” But a shocking report by Newsbusters tells a slightly different story about who Shannon Watts really is.

Who is Shannon Watts?

If you looked at Watts’ “About” page on the site, you’d see her described as a stay-at-home mom of five and “former communications executive” before Moms Demand Action was created. In an interview with NPR, Watts is described as an apolitical, laundry-folding mom who just wants to protect kids from harm — but as a PR executive for some of the nation’s most lucrative companies, Watts clearly knows how to play the public image card. Indeed, the history of Shannon Watts is far different than the story painted by the media.

As Newsbusters reports:

A donor search at Open Secrets for the Utterly Non-Political Mom Folding Laundry finds $1,750 in donations in 2012 to Barack Obama for President, and $250 to Rob Zerban, the Democrat running against Rep. Paul Ryan in Wisconsin. In 2011, she sent $500 to the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. In 2010, there was $500 to the DNC Services Corp., and $1,000 for EMILY’s List, which only funds female pro-abortion Democrats.

Estimates indicate Watts has made around $10,000 in political donations, and about one-third of those sums were given before the Sandy Hook school shooting. Yet, NPR reportedly described Watts as having “never done anything political before.” Beyond the fact that Watts is not the “accidental activist” she’s portrayed as being, digging a little deeper shows there are even more red flags to behold.

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