If they think bankrolling someone to spy on gun violence victims who are trying to strengthen the tragically weak gun laws in the country is acceptable, what else might they be doing?Well, they're not paying private investigators to try and entrap firearm dealers. They're not intentionally misleading the public on what constitutes an "assault weapon". Or telling people that the IL FOID card is the ONLY background check required for 10 years. Really guys, try looking into a mirror when you proclaim about "ethical boundaries". See if you can keep a straight face.
It should be noted that what the Brady Campaign considers "tragically weak" is anything below the DC handgun ban. You know. The law that was just ruled as unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.
As much as they lie and say they don't support "bans" and only want "to save lives" , their actions say otherwise:
Jeanne Bishop, president of a Million Mom March chapter in northern Chicago, said members of that group were just "stunned" to hear that council members were considering repealing the city's handgun ban or amending it.
She expressed concern that someone could remove a handgun in similar fashion and then take the weapon "into Evanston Township High School and have a Columbine shooting."
And even uses Kellerman to defend it:
So the BC/MMM continues to support gun bans because someone might shoot up another school and the NRA might be spying on you too.
She quoted statistics from the organization, which maintains that for every legally justifiable shooting of a gun in a household, some 22 are criminal, unintentional or suicide-related.