Gun control groups spend $2 million on TV and digital ads since recent shootings

Gun control groups spend $2 million on TV and digital ads since recent shootings. Gun control advocacy groups, led by an organization funded by Michael Bloomberg called Everytown for Gun Safety, have spent $2 million promoting tougher background checks and red flag laws. In comparison, the NRA has spent just $14,000 on Facebook advertising. Insiders say the NRA is spending less on ads and focusing on Twitter content in support of President Trump, along with direct dialog with the President. The NRA spent $30 million in support of Trump’s 2016 campaign. CNBC