Trey Paradee Shows How It’s Done, Donates Gun Money to Shooting Victims

Filed in Delaware by on February 23, 2018

State Rep. Trey Paradee, who’s running for Brian Bushweller’s District 17 Senate seat, took a bold step this morning, as he announced here at Delaware Liberal:

“Earlier this morning, I personally donated $500 to the Stoneman Douglas Victims Fund. The Committee To Elect Paradee gave an additional $500 to the Stoneman Douglas Victims Fund. I thought it was more beneficial to donate this money to the victims of this horrible mass murder than to send it to the NRA.”

Congratulations, Rep. Paradee, and thank you for not just seeing the right thing to do, but doing it.

To the others, see? It’s not hard. You just have to be brave enough to face the public without a gun in your hand.

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  1. Don Peterson says:

    Great Job Trey! Thank you for showing some common sense leadership on this issue!

  2. Alby says:

    I will be donating to Mr. Paradee’s election fund as soon as my wife tells me where she hid the checkbook.

  3. Henry Apple says:

    Really? The guy voted against closing the back ground check loophole (HB 325 from the 148th) and voted twice for the death penalty (HB 125 from the 149th and SB 40 from the 148th) I’ll pass on singing his praises.

  4. Alby says:

    You’ve obviously never trained a dog. You reward them when they do what you wanted. You don’t withhold the reward because yesterday they didn’t. Pass away, but don’t be surprised when your dog ignores you.

  5. Dave says:

    “You’ve obviously never trained a dog. You reward them when they do what you wanted. ”

    Something to keep in mind. When they get on the train, you give them treat, even if they were the last one on the train. That’s how you keep the momentum building. The opportunity to diminish NRA’s influence is here and now. So every pol who does something needs to be given a reward and encouraged to do more so that it is not a one time show. Training is conditioning, whether it’s people or dogs. Pols need to be conditioned to act in a certain manner.