2 Creatives Send Soap Gift Boxes to NRA-Backed Senators With Ominous ‘Blood on Your Hands’ Messaging

It targets 10 politicians who receive the most National Rifle Association funding

Jeff Marois and Ryan Raulie were inspired by the political activism from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas students. Blood on Your Hands Soap

It’s no secret that the National Rifle Association has a cozy relationship with many members of Congress, which many contend acts as a roadblock to meaningful gun reform legislation. And such relationships have received particular attention in recent months, following the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting and subsequent student activism from survivors.

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