NRA’s Wayne Lapierre Calls For More Protection & Guns At Schools ~ VIDEO

USA – -( After a week of media silence following the school shooting in Florida, the National Rifle Association has gone on the offensive in its first public response to the massacre, pushing back against demands to blindly take away guns, the mainstream media, gun-control advocates and calls for stricter gun laws made by upset teenage survivors of the attack.

The gun rights group — a powerful force in American politics — used a series of facts, speeches and videos to try to blunt an emotionally charged wave of calls for new gun restrictions since a mad man armed with an AR-15 rifle killed 17 people at a South Florida high school.

As the teens who escaped the bloodshed in Parkland, Fla., have passionately campaigned for new laws, it appears the politics suffusing the fraught issue of gun control are shifting, with President Trump and some conservative lawmakers expressing a newfound willingness to consider at least modest measures.

While the NRA initially held back from the fray, that changed Wednesday and Thursday, as a spokeswoman debated survivors of the attack during a heated town hall and then Wayne LaPierre, the group’s chief executive, forcefully decried gun-control advocates and the media for its one-sided coverage of the shooting.

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Gary C

Everything he said & every issue he covered is valid, spot on & Americans need to pay attention to the message.


LaPierre now supports age restrictions as does Trump. Both are heading down the “slippery slope” with eyes wide open.They’re both going to get black eyes, especially Trump when he loses his support base by caving-in to the LibTards. I voted for Trump, but not again. I’m also an NRA member who’s considering not to renew my membership when it comes due. Some of you may not agree, but I think there’s many out there with the same position as me.


LaPierre appeared to actually go beyond the gun issue in this speech.