Texas House Speaker Dennis Bonnen declared controversial legislation allowing Texans to carry firearms without a license “dead” on Friday after a gun rights activist showed up at his house to try and force the legislation through, the Dallas Morning News reports. Chris McNutt, the executive director of Texas Gun Rights, reportedly complained on Facebook about the lack of action on the “constitutional carry” bill before driving to Bonnen’s home when he was out of town and only his wife and kids were home. “If you want to talk about issues and you want to advocate, you do it in this building. You don’t do it at our residences,” Bonnen said Friday, calling McNutt’s unwanted visit “insanity” and the gun rights activist himself an “overzealous advocate for criminals to get a gun.” “Threats and intimidation will never advance your issue. Their issue is dead,” he said. McNutt also allegedly went to the homes of Reps. Dustin Burrows and Four Price. “I can only guess the level of influence he was trying to create over Mr. Burrows and Mr. Price and myself by going to my home knowing I was not there but my family was,” Bonnen said.