Anti-Gun Provisions Dropped from House-Passed NDAA

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Two anti-gun provisions that were included in an earlier version were removed from the final House-passed NDAA bill. IMG NRA-ILA

U.S.A. -( Yesterday, the U.S. House of Representatives approved a revised version of the FY22 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), the annual defense bill that directs funding for our nation’s military. The two anti-gun provisions that were included in an earlier version were removed from the final House-passed bill.

The first provision, led by Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA), would have ignored constitutional due process protections and allowed for the confiscation of personally-owned firearms of members of the U.S. military. It would have afforded the military judicial system the ability to issue ex parte protective orders that would prohibit firearm possession without giving the accused an opportunity to contest the accusations against them and present evidence in their defense. This would have represented a clear denial of constitutional due process and a stunning betrayal of those who swore an oath to protect and defend our country and the U.S. Constitution.

The second provision, offered as an amendment by Rep. Norma Torres (D-CA), would have undone components of two export-reform regulations crafted by the Trump Administration. The regulations were designed to enhance American competitiveness, remove burdensome regulations for gunsmiths and other small businesses, modernize export controls, and enhance national security. Instead, the Torres amendment empowers anti-gun legislators to make decisions normally left to subject matter experts, leading to unnecessary delays and increased costs.

The U.S. Senate is expected to vote on the House-passed version of NDAA in the coming days. NRA-ILA will keep you updated on any developments.

About NRA-ILA:

Established in 1975, the Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) is the “lobbying” arm of the National Rifle Association of America. ILA is responsible for preserving the right of all law-abiding individuals in the legislative, political, and legal arenas, to purchase, possess, and use firearms for legitimate purposes as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Visit:

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Henry Bowman

Not a single penny to you till then.


Fire all executive staff and PR companies! Make Wayne pay back at least 4 million.


And then hang the bastard.
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Wild Bill

I think that Wayne has the rules set up so that he can not get fired.

Henry Bowman

You’re right! WLP surrounded himself with yes-men and women because back in the 1990’s he was very nearly ousted. That’s why the NRA has a 76-director board!
Let’s also remember that the NRA has, over many decades, negotiated our rights away. Sadly, because of Radioactive Wayne insulating himself from any and all accountability, the only way to ‘save’ the NRA is for it to be put down like a dog at the pound.


Board can’t fire Wayne, too many in on The Big Grift. They’ll ride the tiger to the bitter end; knowing what happens when you get off a tiger. Nearly all the rest are self-serving cowards. Half don’t go to meetings anymore but don’t have the honor to resign in protest. Some former dirs are in the corrupt collaborator category too.

12.21.07 HR 2640 NRA’s Latest “Victory.”
We commend Congress for strengthening the Brady background check.” -Paul Helmke, Brady Pres

Look who helped NRA spin it:
“When NRA & I agree on legislation, you know it’ll become law.” –Schumer

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