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 female firearms professionals establishing relationships with our individual lawmakers to reveal the faces and stories of 2nd Amendment supporters and to serve as advisers on America’s gun culture. 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)
Regina W. “Gina” Roberts is a competitive shooter, is one of the CA Delegates to The DC Project, serves as the President Emeritas of the San Diego Log Cabin Republicans as well as the President of the Escondido Republican Women Federated. Gina is one of the faces chosen to grace the 2019 TIME Magazine Cover dedicated to discussing “Guns In America”, and Gina is also the President of the Kiwanis Club of Southern California for SAFE Kids, and Lt. Governor for Kiwanis Division 37.
Ms. Roberts is a retired businesswoman in San Diego, running her own engineering consulting business, She has lived in San Diego County nearly all of her life, attending local schools and graduated from University of California, San Diego with a degree in Chemistry and Economics Minor.
During high school she became active in the Republican Party as the only member of her family that was not a Democrat. She worked in campaigns starting as early as President Nixon’s second campaign and has been working in background positions in many campaigns. Choosing to participate with money and contributions while she raised her family and got her business running.
Her experiences in industry with defense contractors, machine suppliers and overseas support of equipment she designed and manufactured was truly eye opening because of the travels and issues with running a business in the United States and especially California.
She is incredibly optimistic that the United States can be that great nation again, with a government that allows its people to innovate, produce, and become a dominate manufacturing and exporting county again. Ms. Roberts has been involved and lead numerous projects and companies to bring new technology to the marketplace and has participated in several successful startup companies.
Ms. Roberts is skilled in the evaluation of technical issues and potential of new ideas and is actively sought for this task, she brings this intelligence and problem-solving ability to every new opportunity she faces.
In the last few years after her children have moved on, she has become available to be visible and work for positive and exciting change in the San Diego and California Republican Parties, she is a State Delegate and elected Chair of her Central Committee Caucus.
She is an active competitive shooter, tactical shooter, and firearms instructor and is a Board Member of the very successful group, San Diego County Gun Owners PAC which has the goal of not allowing any anti-gun candidate to ever be elected to a local city or county position in San Diego County, because these people are the ones who move up the election chain to higher office.
She has been the two time Honorary Mayor of Valley Center, an honorific title for raising money for her charities as President of the local Kiwanis club. She has worked and supported nearly every function in her hometown for the last thirty years and has decided to expand more into all of San Diego county to bring a more rural perspective to groups that she participates in. She is seen as a peacemaker and is very adept at making diverse groups of people work together for the common good.
Rhonda Mary is a YouTube content creator who talks about both social and political topics.
A Mississippi native, she recently became a 2A advocate, spreading the message about the importance of the 2nd Amendment, particularly for Black women who are under represented in terms of gun ownership.
Rhonda has become a resource for not only inspiring, but networking and connecting women all across the country with trainers and resources, that may not have otherwise taken the first step to learn more about self defense and gun ownership.
Our guest today is Dianna Muller. Dianna 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.
The DC Project is the counter-voice and counter-visual to the Anti-Rights groups like Moms Demand Action. The women of the DC Project speak to the public and elected officials about how to keep children, neighborhoods, cities and states safe with Education Not Legislation.
Along with Gina Roberts of CA and Rhonda Mary of MS.
1) Dianna, it is an honor for us to have you back on to mark out 300th Episode! You Ladies are currently in DC. What is your mission while you are there?
2) When you first began the DCP you wanted to make a difference at the national level for gun rights, but recently you have shifted your focus to the State level. Talk to us about that.
3) What has been one of your most exciting or unexpected successes over the years?
4) Do you think it is an overstatement to say that we are at are at all-hands-on-deck DEFCON level of urgency to have every individual involved in protecting and defending our Constitution and Bill of Rights?
5) You often encourage your Members of the DCP to run for office. What do you think is the most important office they can run for?