Anthony Colandro Voted in as 76th NRA Board of Director for 2019 ~ VIDEO

Indianapolis – -( AmmoLand New's endorsed candidate, Anthony Colandro has won a one year seat on the National Rifle Association Board of Directors. Anthony will be a great hard working addition to help defend the most 2A oppressed states and no BS representative for membership.

“Well I am your NRA 76th Director! I am truly humbled by all of the support. I will make you proud and fight hard! My spear just got sharper! H/T NJ2AVlogger. See you soon Guv’na Murphy! #nra #nraam #nraam2019 #tipofthespear #gunforhire” ~ Anthony Colandro.

This is another small but great step for freedom, but keep in mind that this is just a one year term and we need to keep up support for Anthony as he will need to run again at the end of this year for another full three-year term.

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Congratulations to Anthony Colandro on winning the 2019 76th NRA board seat.
  • 36 thoughts on “Anthony Colandro Voted in as 76th NRA Board of Director for 2019 ~ VIDEO

    1. Another trickster. Sold memberships to his GFH range on the claim that an expansion would be open in 2018. No work has been done on the project in over 2 years. Has a big mouth which he shoots off all the time.

    2. Life member here have not given the NRA anything since 1986 I have been saying for years Wayne Lapeer and Company needs to go and until things change at the NRA I am very happy to support Gun Owners of America who are actually doing something for our second amendment rights

      1. Nra is just a money pit that provides a false front.when shtf the high ups will scatter like a couvy of quail.sorta democrat voting conservitives uhh yes rhinos

        1. I agree with you, there needs to be done, clean house. People don’t realized that the votes were mailed in and counted before all this came to light about all the under table
          No more donations from this life member till we get the house cleaning gets done!

    3. Colandro got 61,191 votes in the voting for board members. There were five other candidates who received more votes, but not enough to make it on the board. The eight finishers that weren’t elected in the general election were on the ballot for Saturday. It’s odd that Colandro, a friend of Wayne LaPierre, should make such a big come from behind win in Saturday’s election.

        1. Also telling is that NRA made noise about , ” We will now ”LISTEN ” to our members ” by ‘ allowing ‘ an outsider to even run for a seat at the table.

          Not Buying what you’re selling.

    4. Colandro is not outsider. He won because NRA wanted to keep Adam Kraut off the board. Kraut is the true outsider and had a plan to change the NRA board while Colandro just played the part of big mouth from NJ. His can bluster all he wants to at the end of the day he never came out against the NRA Bump Stock fiasco as Kraut did, nor did he offer a plan on how to improve NRA (e.g. cut the unwarranted salaries of its top management or reuce the nairds size to those who actually work.) Colandro is a great salesman, but sort of substance. He is a pawn of Scott Bach who is the ultimate NRA insider. And he will vote and act like Bach tells him to. This was all about Colandro’s massive ego. Nothing else.

      1. Very true. Colandro is Scott Bach’s puppet and Scott Bach is an establishment insider. Neither are the type of independent directors NRA now desperately needs. They are both “go along to get along” guys only that Colandro has a loud mouth and Bach is a suck up.

    5. Mr. Colandro, if it is possible to sort thru the fetid meds at the NRA HQ, please do so sir. Do so rapidly as possible and let us know what the truth is. Thank you.

    6. Congratulations Mr. Colandro. It is my sincere hope that we did not misplace our trust in you. As a brand new board member it should be your first responsibility to tell us exactly where you stand with internal conflicts going on in the NRA, and the request for Wayne Lapierre to step down. You owe us a very clear and straightforward statement on which side of this you reside. Did we elect someone who will stand up for gun owners and the Second Amendment or did we get another cowardly shill who will continue to turn a blind eye to the mess that is the NRA?

      We await your response!

      1. You won’t get a response, Mike unless Scott Bach tells Colandro what he has to say! Colandro will never make a hard choice and stand up for what is right. He will go where he thinks the wind is blowing just like the other Garden State cesspool Director Scott Bach.

      2. As many of you know, there is a lot of dissension in the NRA membership right now, and we need answers to our questions. As a board member I have received those answers and I can tell you we are still in very good hands! We do not trust the liberal media but yet we believe them when they attack the NRA! Remember where the majority of these “sources” come from. However, the fight to keep our civil rights is bigger than any one of our arguments with each other, or the complaints about the inner politics of the NRA. It is only when we combine our efforts and band together that we shall overcome the progressive plague inflicted on our civil rights in the current governing bodies.

        It is incumbent upon all of us to do our part, to be honest and genuine in our dealings with each other, and in our intentions for the future. If Alexander Roubian from NJ2AS and I can bury the hatchet, all Second Amendment advocates can move forward, together. Lest we forget that our forefathers fought collectively against a tyranny that sought to subjugate their intrinsic and divine rectitude, lo that we will need all the forces we can congregate to keep our principled sovereignty intact whilst the ice-cold, hoary hands of socialism grope at our hair, and breathe down our necks…

    7. Monday morning your first order of business is to make a motion to fire WL & CC, otherwise it’s just more noise without substance. I wish you great success, but understand the BOD has not listened to it’s membership for decades and all the non-essential spending must end!

    8. Until Wayne , Cox , Hammers go ….. NOT ONE MORE DIME !!!!
      Tone deaf to its members for decades, I expect no change.
      A Lean , Mean , No Compromise Gun Owners of America , will serve us better.

      1. You act like this is abnormal when the 76th member is voted on at NRAAM each year and there have been 76 board members for like 50 years. Talk out your ass much?

        1. The AARP is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization with a revenue that is four times larger than that of the NRA. The AARP has 12 members on its Board of Directors. The average size for a Board of Directors is 9. It is abnormal to have 76!

      1. Does anyone know how much the BOD get paid? Or for that matter, I have been looking for a salary list from the president on down and can’t find much at all except that Wayne LaPierre (275k paid for suits at NRA expense) and company are living the high life while complaining about being broke. As a life member, nothing more from me either!

      2. Does anyone know how much the BOD get paid? Or for that matter, I have been looking for a salary list from the president on down and can’t find much at all except that Wayne LaPierre (275k paid for suits at NRA expense) and company are living the high life while complaining about being broke. As a life member, nothing more from me either!

      1. The NRA Board of Directors has 76 members. 25 of them get elected each year by a mailed ballot for a three-year term. Additionally, one member is elected for one year at the NRA Annual Meeting. Anthony Colandro has won that one year seat at this year’s NRA Annual Meeting.

        The NRA has recently changed the bylaws to make it more difficult for outsiders to run for the NRA Board of Directors by petition, which is what Adam Kraut did for the last 3 years. In each of these 3 years, he managed to get on the ballot, but failed to win with the mail-in ballot election and with the in-person voting at the NRA Annual Meeting.

        There are a lot of members of the NRA’s old guard on the board and only very little fresh blood. Monday’s NRA Board of Directors meeting will demonstrate either how useless the Board is or if there is any hope to rescue the NRA from itself.

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