Last year, the shoe company TOMS announced they were taking on gun violence by pledging $5 million dollars to organizations like Moms Demand Action, March for Our Lives and Everytown. They also encouraged people to send postcards to their elected officials calling for universal background checks.
Celebrities jumped on board, including Florida Georgia Line singer Tyler Hubbard.
Now, TOMS is hitting the road, making stops in cities all over the United States with a concluding rally in Washington D.C. where they will hand deliver all the postcards to Congress.
Dana Loesch, NRA spokesperson and host of the nationally syndicated radio show, The Dana Show, says that TOMS founder Blake Mycoskie is getting off on the wrong foot on gun safety.
Instead of teaming up with the Bloomberg groups, Loesch says Mycoskie should talk to people who are focusing on the actual cause of gun violence, who know about gun laws and firearm safety.