Anytime a group's name includes the words "Demand Action," you can probably bet there's going to be some hell to pay if you cross them.
A group called the Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America has decided to target Alan Jackson and Jeff Foxworthy after it was announced that the pair would appear at the 2015 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibitions in Nashville on April 11.
To try and talk the boys out of taking part in the NRA event, the group took to Facebook saying: "Alan Jackson and Jeff Foxworthy agreed to open this year's NRA convention after the NRA pushed to arm convicted criminals, blocked federal gun violence research, and board members promoted armed insurrection."
They then give a link where their members can go and tweet out prepared statements to each celebrity.
"Let's educate these celebrities on the dangerous and irresponsible policies the gun lobby supports," the group's Facebook post ends.
All I can say about this is if a bunch of angry Black Fish (as in the documentary) protesters couldn't keep Jackson from performing at SeaWorld last year, I have a hard time believing that a bunch of angry moms-against-guns protesters will have any better luck.
Tickets for Jackson and Foxworthy go on sale January 15.