President Biden’s New Office of Gun Violence

President Biden’s New Office of Gun Violence

This is Katie Pointer Baney, chairman and executive director of the USCCA-FSL Action Fund. I wanted to reach out to you today to break down the new office of “Gun Violence Prevention” and what it means for gun owners like you.

The current administration has made it clear that the purpose of this new office will be to advance the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act, which has highly problematic provisions like working to increase universal background checks and enact red flag laws in states.

This is the first-ever White House office solely focused on limiting your Second Amendment rights under the guise of “gun violence prevention.” I want to be clear: More federal bureaucracy or gun control legislation will do nothing to keep communities safer.

In his announcement, President Biden stated that Vice President Kamala Harris would be in charge of overseeing this effort.

We wanted to give YOU the exclusive opportunity to contact her directly and let her know what you feel the Office of “Gun Violence Prevention” should do. That’s why we need you to send a letter to Vice President Harris telling her EXACTLY what you feel this new office should be about:

✅ Support Firearms Training & Education

✅ Support National Concealed Carry Reciprocity

✅ Protect American Gun Owners Constitutional Rights

This is your chance. Send Vice President Harris a letter TODAY →


The best way to prevent violent crime in this country is by affirming our citizens fundamental right to self defense, empowering them with tools to defend themselves and their loved ones. Everyone is safer when a responsible gun owner is carrying and able to stop a violent criminal in their tracks.

Right now, more Americans than ever before in our history are choosing to responsibly arm themselves.

We want to flood Vice President Harris’ inbox with millions of letters from responsible American gun owners like you. Make sure you send a letter here.

Thank you,

Katie Pointer Baney
Executive Director and Chairman of the Board