NRA Executive Vice President & CEO Wayne Lapierre Responds Live To The Presidential Inaugural Address

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NRA's Wayne Lapierre Responds Live To The Presidential Inaugural Address
NRA’s Wayne Lapierre Responds Live To The Presidential Inaugural Address
National Rifle Association
National Rifle Association

FAIRFAX, Va. –-( Tune in tonight at 9:40 p.m. CT/10:40 p.m. ET for a live presentation featuring NRA CEO & EVP Wayne LaPierre.

His comments will include reaction from President Barack Obama’s inaugural address.

You can view the broadcast right here on this webpage. (be sure and reload your browsers webpage to start the live feed at 9:35pm CT/ 10:35pm EST. )

As well as on the NRA Facebook page. It will also be streaming on NRA.Org, and the NRA News Facebook page.

NRA Executive Vice President and CEO Wayne LaPierre will react to the presidential inaugural address in a speech tonight at 9:40 PM CST/ 10:40 PM EST from the 56th Annual Weatherby Foundation International Hunting and Conservation Award Dinner.

This is the first in a series of public appearances, showing the NRA is going to stand and fight across American to protect gun owners from the rising siege on their 2nd Amendment rights.

You can watch a live stream of the speech tonight night on and follow @nranews for a live Twitter feed.

Don’t forget to visit and sign up to receive news about the Stand and Fight initiative.

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Gary Carlson

CEO LaPierre: Wayne

My question is simple. Will NRA be supporting Max Baucus for re-election in 2014?

Max voted wrong on the UN issue. Even Jon Tester voted correctly on that.

Result: If the NRA does not support Max in 2014, a republican may very weill win that Senate Seat. That may be the critical race for the Republicans winning over the Senate.

My hunch is that you (Wayne) will dodge my question.


Terence J. O'Brien

thank you.