Courtesy of Salon:
After spending $30 million in ads to prop up Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, the NRA is now planning to get a return on its investment.
“This is our historic moment to go on offense,” explained NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre told members in a post-election video address.
LaPierre also vowed that he would work to reverse the “tyrannical erosion of gun rights” and denounced states with tight gun control laws as having “deceitful web of gun bans, ammo bans, magazine bans, exorbitant fees, and taxes and registration schemes.”
LaPierre wants to convince the NRA members that they are responsible for the election of Donald Trump.
But of course we know that they would have been rendered impotent without the help of Russian hackers, fake news stories on Facebook, and the FBI's James Comey putting his thumb on the scale.
Funny how some people puff out their chest when their participation in a victory was negligible at best.
Must be why they need to carry guns in order to feel like a man.