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2019 Delaware Gun Rights Rally: Straight Outta Compliance

Cheryl was invited to speak at the 2019 Delaware Gun Rights Rally: Straight Outta Compliance.

Delaware Gun Rights Rally (July 1, 2019) I want to share with you today about why I carry and why I am a passionate supporter of protecting, defending and restoring every syllable of our Second Amendment Rights to keep and bear arms. Recently, I attended a panel discussion on the topic of “Assault and Violence Response”. I want you to think about those words as I tell you what I heard and what I saw. The Panel was made up of police officers, Social Workers, a Sex Crimes Prosecutor, and a Domestic Violence Shelter for women and children victims. All fine people who are very serious and well-meaning in their professions. But, all of whom are only there for you…or for me…AFTER we have been victims of assault and violence. For two hours I listened to well-thought-out AFTER-ACTION reports from each of these people. They know that assault and violence is GOING to happen, because they each have their area of expertise in how to deal with it AFTERwards. Yet, never once did I hear them talk about how we can respond by preventing assault and violence in the first place. Their captive audience who were there looking to the professionals for help and information never once heard that 2.5 million times every year responsibly armed citizens respond to assault and violence and save lives, and 200,000 times every year women prevent assault and rape by being responsibly armed citizens. This is why I carry. This is why I have instilled this same wisdom in my daughter, and she will teach and train her two daughters. Our family will have a legacy that our Founding Fathers Constitutionally protected for us all those 240 plus years ago in the right and the necessity to keep and bear arms. During that panel, I listened to words piled on top of words about how we can help women (mostly, but men also) AFTER they have been violently attacked and or raped. I heard the police officers talk about how they make careful reports AFTER the woman had been violated, or killed. The Prosecutor spoke of how the case against the accused would be handled AFTER the attack or murder. The Social Worker encouraged those of us in the audience to BELIEVE women when they speak up…AFTER their lives are irreparably changed through the violence inflicted on them by others. And the people who run the shelter spoke of how the needed care and counseling would be offered to those whose lives have been shattered and upended…AFTER their lives have been shattered and upended. In each of the minds of these panelists the only RESPONSE is to wait for people’s lives…women and men alike…children’s lives to be negatively impacted by a violent attack. One panelist even shared with us about a survivor who is working through the process from victim to survivor. This survivor said that the attack left her disconnected from her own sense of self…her healing involves learning to trust her body again and be reintegrated with her own body, that after being brutalized by a violent attacker, that her very skin, arms, legs and hands had become foreign objects to her. I cannot imagine what greater theft there could ever be than robbing someone of their own being, their own self-ness. Yet every single day we are robbed of the rights we have to prevent this from becoming our own stories. We hear women tell other women that guns – the very thing, the very tool of self defense, that prevents violent attacks and rape 200,000 times a year are just not for us. That moms – good moms – don’t have these bad objects in their homes. Another panelist spoke of how the victim is always blamed for the attack, in courts, in personal conversations, in thinly veiled questions about what they were wearing and why they were even at that party in the first place. The very same people who tell us NOT to protect and defend ourselves, and the very same people who march and scream for the Government to rob us of our Rights to self-defense are the ones who will blame us when we have been brutalized, raped or murdered because we were unarmed, disarmed, and defenseless when our response to assault and violence required us to be armed. So, as I wrap up, I want to remind you that YOU are your own First Responder. In the immediacy of assault and violence, you will be responding to what is happening to you. All those other people, they come in later, and help – but not prevent. And THIS is why it is vital to protect, defend and restore every syllable of our Second Amendment Rights. In Delaware, in AZ where I am from, and in every city and state across this nation. Our Rights are under daily assault. And the only thing standing between the Rights Restrictors and the Gun Grabbers and the Moms who Demand some unnamed and vague “action” and the protections and Rights that our children and our children’s children need…is you! Right now, today…not AFTER.

Raising a Red Flag on Red Flag Gun Laws By Cheryl Todd

What is a “Red Flag Gun Law”?

  • RFRO (Red Flag Restraining Order)
  • GVRO (Gun Violence Restraining Order)
  • ERPO (Extreme Risk Protection Order)
  • STOP Order (Serious Threat Order of Protection)

Broadly speaking they permit a spouse, parent, sibling, or person living with a troubled individual to petition a court for an order enabling law enforcement to temporarily take that individual’s GUNS AWAY right away. Sound like “Common Sense”? Not once you know the facts.

What do the experts say?

  • AZCDL – Realistic policy solutions should focus on keeping dangerous PEOPLE contained and away from the people they might harm
  • DRGO – The process to accomplish that is arrest and detention of PEOPLE, with urgent psychiatric evaluation and treatment when indicated
  • CPRC – Red flag laws had no significant effect on murder, suicide, the number of people killed in mass public shootings, robbery, aggravated assault, or burglary.

What do the Founding Father’s say?

Red Flag Gun Laws infringe on:

  • 2ndAmendment: The right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
  • 4th Amendment: Unreasonable search and seizure
  • 5th & 14th Amendment: No person shall . . . be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law.
  • 6th Amendment: Rights of the accused

So, what would trigger law enforcement to confiscate the property of law-abiding gun-owners?

In short…who knows?

The low evidentiary threshold required that allows law-enforcement to impact the lives of law-abiding gun-owners creates an atmosphere where…

If it isn’t your gun-phobic neighbor…

it might be your gun-phobic doctor…

or your gun-phobic child’s teacher…

or…even…your gun-phobic lawyer!

Basically, anyone who reports to the authorities that THEY are uncomfortable with you owning firearms can initiate the confiscation of your property.

And, if you truly ARE a threat, you are left free to find other tools, guns and other means of inflicting harm or death on yourself or others.

In short, Red Flag Gun Laws are unconstitutional and are about confiscating the property of law abiding citizens. These laws are dangerous and ineffective. Contact your State and Federal Representatives and ask them to VOTE NO on any and all forms of these Red Flag Gun Laws.

“Update on The DC Project” at Gun Rights Policy Conference 2016, Cheryl Todd & Clover Lawson

“Update on The DC Project” at Gun Rights Policy Conference 2016, Cheryl Todd & Clover Lawson

2016 SAF GRPC: Update on The DC Project by Cheryl Todd & Clover Lawson

2016 SAF GRPC: Update on The DC Project by Cheryl Todd & Clover Lawson

To view the segment that our co-host Cheryl Todd, and fellow DC Project Delegate, Clover Lawson, presented on the “Update on the DC Project”, click here.

The entire Sunday Program of the 31st Annual Second Amendment Foundation’s Gun Rights Policy Conference can be found here.

LIVE STREAM DAY 1 of the 31st Gun Rights Policy Conference (GRPC)

The 31st Gun Rights Policy Conference (GRPC) in Tampa will be live streamed on the conference days – Sept. 24 and Sept 25, 2016. Please tell your family and friends that they can watch and listen from wherever they may be.

This link will be active from 8:am – 6:pm EST on Saturday, Sept 24th.

Gun Rights Policy Conference


GRPC 2016

Come meet national gun rights leaders and your fellow grassroots activists at the 31st Annual Gun Rights Policy Conference (GRPC 2016) in Tampa, Florida at the DoubleTree by Hilton on September 23, 24, & 25, 2016. This is your once-a-year chance to network, get an insider look and plan pro-gun rights strategies for the coming year. Past GRPCs have outlined victory plans and made public the latest firearms trends. They allow you a first-hand chance to hear movement leaders–and make your voice heard. This year we’ll take a look at critical issues such as: city gun bans, “smart” guns, concealed carry, federal legislation, legal actions, gun show regulation and state and local activity. You can see the full list of speakers and events here.

The DC Project Rally from the West Lawn of the Capitol Building – Cheryl Todd 7.8.16

Published on Jul 29, 2016

50 women, one from each state, gathered on the West Lawn of the Capitol Building for The DC Project Rally on Friday, July 8, 2016 to share why the Second Amendment is important to them. The DC Project is a nonpartisan, grassroots initiative to encourage women to establish relationships with their legislators, and reveal the faces and stories of firearms owners and 2nd Amendment supporters.

One of the Speakers, Cheryl Todd, is a gun store owner, of, and talk radio host of Gun Freedom Radio, but more importantly she is a wife, mother and grandmother.

She shares in this video how protecting the Second Amendment is a Legacy issue and she feels the weight of preserving American Values for future generations. She ends her speech with Ronald Reagan’s quote “Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it on to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.” #DCProject


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