Kurt Geigler Bag: He’s the man who’s been wearing the red hoodie all week, but his presence in the White House has been more than a little controversial.
In addition to his long history of advocating for gun control, Geiger has been a staunch critic of President Donald Trump and a supporter of the gun rights movement, which has gained a greater foothold in the country during the Trump administration.
Geiger, who was recently honored by the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, has been outspoken in his support for gun rights, and has even become an early supporter of Hillary Clinton.
During the 2016 presidential campaign, Geigers support for the Second Amendment sparked controversy, as he was quick to call for stricter gun control measures after the Newtown school shooting.
He also criticized the Whitehouse for not immediately banning firearms from its grounds, a stance that was later criticized by other members of the Trump White House.
“I think we’ve reached the point now where the president is not willing to compromise,” Geiger said during an appearance on “Fox & Friends” on Friday.
“It is really scary that the administration is still so willing to go after a gun that has been in this country for more than 100 years.”
Geiger also spoke out against the president during a radio interview on July 13, 2017, where he criticized his administration’s stance on the issue of gun violence.
“We’re seeing the administration come out with statements like this, like, ‘We’ve got to be more careful,'” he said.
“The president of the United States has to be careful with what he says because I’m not a gun owner, I’m a gun free person, and we’re going to protect the Second Amendments.”
Geigerman continued to praise the Second Ammendment as an important part of his own family’s history.
“In my family, we have a lot of guns in our family.
I don’t know how I could live without my guns,” he said during a press conference in May 2017.
“And that’s why I’m so excited about this Second Amendment issue.”
Geigs actions on gun control have been well-received by many Americans, who are also calling for his removal from the WhiteHouse.
Many have also criticized his comments during the campaign, calling them “outrageous” and “disgraceful.”
He has also received backlash for his decision to wear a red hoodied jacket to the White house press briefing in April 2017.
Many on social media have also called for his ouster from the president’s administration.
He has not been the only Trump supporter to make controversial statements during the White Houses tenure.
Earlier this month, Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner was asked to comment on President Donald J. Trump’s controversial comments about the media.
“If there’s one thing I’ve learned about Donald Trump, it’s that he is a narcissist who will take anything, and will do anything, to win,” Kushner said in response.
“There are a lot more of us out there who believe in the Second AMM, and I think we’re gonna make a difference.”