My Statement on Leaving MAGA Coalition

My leaving MAGA Coalition was for philosophical reasons. I no longer felt my participation was valued nor was it wanted. I was being filibustered and talked over. I no longer felt relevant.

I took the hint and left.

I wished my old group well publicly. Yet, people still demanded answers as to why I left.

So, I told them I left because I could not philosophically support the direction the Coalition was headed and that I felt like a traitor to my beliefs by staying.

I was mocked publicly.

I was denied a voice on my own show and then mocked publicly when I decided to go my own way.

Such is life.

I have a singular request to my old group, please unfollow or block me on all social media. It will save us both the trouble later when mutual recriminations will sadly be a factor.

If you still want to be friends just send me an emoji in a DM or a funny text on my phone. I will appreciate it and I will know to maintain our social media connections.

If not, do not be surprised if I take the initiative and cut the cord within a few days.

 

Thank You,

Glenn

Glenn

Author: Glenn

Glenn has been involved with firearms since the 1980s, whether by writing articles in support of the average citizen’s right to bear arms, acting as a firearms instructor or as an outspoken activist, most notably as the founder of New York City Guns.