Dianna Muller is a retired police officer, who served 22 years with the Tulsa Police Department. She is the former Captain of Team Benelli 3-Gun, a Certified Firearms Instructor, and is the Co-host of Shooting Gallery on the Outdoor Channel.
Dianna also is the Founder of The DC Project: Women for Gun Rights, an educational, nonpartisan group of women from all 50 states who advocate for Second Amendment education over legislation. Gun rights are women’s rights and every woman must be prepared to be their own first responder. Women gun owners make firearms safety and education a top priority.
DC Project Mission statement: We are women from all across the nation who are dedicated to safeguarding the Second Amendment and our right to self defense. The DC Project Foundation is a 501(c)4 organization.
In November of 2018 Dianna appeared on the cover of Time Magazine, on their issue titled “Guns In America: What 245 Americans Think About The Issue.”
Dianna also became well-known for her 2019 testimony in front of the House Judiciary Committee on “Protecting America from Assault Weapons” (while sitting on the same panel as David Chipman) when she stated “I will not comply.” (At the 5:30 mark on the link)
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We are doing a series called Ameri-CAN. Talking about the CAN-DO spirit that is part of our American DNA. So much about our lives has been turned upside down by this Corona Virus / Covid-19, and we have been hearing a lot about what we CAN’T do and where we CAN’T go, but our guests during this series are going to talk to us about their area of expertise and all of the ways we still CAN learn and grow, train, connect, and expand our freedoms in ways we maybe haven’t thought about before.
Our guest today is Dianna Muller is a retired police officer, who served 22 years with the Tulsa Police Department. She is part of the Benelli 3-Gun and the founder of The DC Project.
#1) Tell us about the DC Project?
The mission of the DC Project Foundation is to raise awareness among community members, including legislators, that firearms safety and violence prevention are achieved through EDUCATION, not legislation; to encourage the PRESERVATION of America’s gun culture from conservation and commerce to competitive sports, hunting, and self-defense; and to highlight the diversity and rising demographic of female gun owners through
ongoing ADVOCACY because gun rights are women’s rights.
#2) How can people spend this time of #QuarantineLife to get more connected to their Constituitinal Rights and their elected Officials?
#3) What is #tealfor2A ?
#4) You’ve talked a lot about corporate activism. What do you mean by that term?
Basically, anti gun groups are using their positions or gaining positions on the boards of major companies and banks, and presenting shareholder resolutions to cut ties with the firearms community. Some of it is basically blackmail, “if you don’t cut ties with the NRA we will unleash a campaign against you and make a PR nightmare”, but some are like the owner of Dicks Sporting Goods, that really believe it’s his duty of social justice, even if it means losing money.