D.C.'s Second Amendment Shutout
If you were a company like Apple, who has customers lining up around the block to get the latest i-whatever that they're pitching, I can understand that you might have the ability to pick and choose some of your customers. But in the radio industry, it can be very difficult to find customers to advertise their product on your station(s).
So if a paying customer came to you and was prepared to drop in the neighborhood of $25,000 on advertising, you might think that something like that would be an easy yes from the station sales department. Well in Washington D.C., they're either rolling in money, or trying to keep a certain type of message from getting out.
Steve Vaus is a Grammy winning recording artist who you may know as Buck Howdy. He's been in the recording industry for years, and is, as he puts it, a rabid supporter of the second amendment. He decided to invest $25,000 of his own money to put a pro second amendment ad on the radio, and the stations in D.C. that he has approached have turned him away, saying that his message is "too controversial."
Listen to this ad that he wants to put on the air. I'd challenge you to tell me that you think this it controversial. I feel like this is a man with a god given talent trying to let the people of Washington D.C. know that there are people out there who DO support the second amendment, despite what the Marxist-In-Chief might think of your gun rights.
If you support Steve's cause, and want to help him get his ad on radio and television, you can click here
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