The DC Project for the Second Amendment
Founder Dianna Muller – Oklahoma the Free State
Dianna Muller is a two-time national 3-gun champion and professional shooter. She is a retired 22-year veteran of the Tulsa Police Department serving assignments in Narcotics, Gangs, Street Crimes, and Patrol. She is a CLEET law enforcement firearms instructor, a member of the NRA Law Enforcement committee, and a subcommittee member of the Department of Interior Hunting and Shooting Sports Conservation Council. Dianna is the Founder of the DC Project.
During a recent visit to Washington DC the Congressional Second Amendment Caucus hosted a reception for the DC Project ladies.
The Congressional Second Amendment Caucus, co-chaired by Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) and Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) hosted a reception. The DC Project presented its pillars and explained how legislators can partner with the group to provide armor in the attacks on the Second Amendment. “This organization of women is a game changer. For years, anti-gun women and politicians have demanded Congress strip away the rights of law-abiding gun owners; the DC Project provides a counter to their misinformation.” Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) stated.
The DC Project is a nationwide organization of women committed to safeguarding the Second Amendment. A non-partisan initiative of daughters, mothers, and sisters that believe education is the key to firearm safety and violence prevention, not legislation. We counter the disinformation gun control groups circulate by informing our friends, families, communities, and legislators with the truth that gun rights are human rights.
There is nothing more heartwarming than a sister from another mother who has fought evil, as I have, on the streets of Oklahoma. Dianna Muller is not only a warrior for the citizens of Oklahoma, but a warrior of the Second Amendment for all Americans, men and women.
Women do want rights. Many want their right to legally own a firearm of their choice. Women want the ability to go about their daily business without the fear of not being able to defend themselves. Some women, in my experience not many, may have the skills and body mass to stand toe to toe with a larger male aggressor. Women in general need to have at their disposal a firearm to give them the edge in a possible or actual violent encounter. Women want the ability to defend themselves whether at home, shopping, or at work. Many love to go out into the outdoors spending quality time hunting, hiking, backpacking, and camping.
As a peace officer for my entire adult life serving on three continents, my experience tells me crime will happen at any place and time. If you are being threatened or someone is trying to kick down your door, calling the police is too little and will be too late. Not only is it a citizen’s right to defend themselves but it is their duty. We as law enforcement cannot defend you. Only you can defend yourself. I strongly suggest you click on the links below to begin learning how you can join this fight to save our Second Amendment. Learn the first steps to guarantee your right to defense.
Women for Gun Rights DC Project
DC Project Facebook