Unless the NRA Board took significant actions to root out corruption or malfeasance, the NY Attorney General & the courts would use the lack of action as proof that the Association is compromised.
The exhibits embedded below have been extracted from the trial exhibits submitted at the Chapter 11 (bankruptcy) motion to dismiss hearing.
The motion, filed by NRA members Frank Tait and Mario Aguirre, seeks to ensure that the membership is not held accountable for the actions of association officers…
“The NRA remains committed to its members and our plan for the future…The NRA will keep fighting, as we’ve done for 150 years.”—NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre
In his announcement to the Board, LaPierre stressed that this bankruptcy filing is not based on any financial troubles, but is just a tool for reorganization.
New York’s corrupt politicians sorely underestimate the spirit of the NRA. We are fighting back – with the might of more than 5 million patriots.
Intervention here requires parties and lawyers with serious legal and financial resources to mount a serious defense of the NRA apart from defending the individuals or their actions.
In short, this is war, and the intent is for Democrats to rule in November, at which point the party’s agenda on guns will be unleashed with a vengeance.
No one knows who would make a good CEO for the NRA. A few people have someone they like for the job, but there’s no one that everyone is ready to get behind.
Part of the political success of anti-gun politicians in the last election was due to the absence of the NRA in house campaigns, and their absence turned Virginia into California-East.
But who exactly, is so desperately needed in D.C., and are those same people desperately need at the Board of Director’s Meeting?
NRA Executive Vice President, Wayne LaPierre, released this statement regarding recent conversations with President Trump on the calls for new gun control and the recent mass murders.
LaPierre’s response to the ultimatum was swift and decisive: he refused to step down, disclosed the threats that were made, and accelerated legal efforts.
In the face of orchestrated campaigns and legal disputes, the NRA has made tough decisions – demanding, among other things, increased transparency from its vendors. Most complied, but not all.
People keep asking me about what’s going on at the NRA. Well, first of all, if you don’t know what is going on around there.I almost don’t know what to say because it’s big news.
I want to share some important history of our Association. There are many things about NRA’s past of which many may not know, simply because members haven’t been involved in NRA until more recently.
I stand behind the NRA, the NRA Board of Directors and Wayne LaPierre and in turn collectively we stand behind the Second Amendment and the Gun Owners of the United States.
The targeting of any of the NRA organizations nonprofit status is an existential threat. If the NRA were to lose its nonprofit status, the organization could be dissolved.
In recent weeks we have heard that multiple NRA Board members that had the gall to question Wayne LaPierre’s leadership have been removed or not reappointed to their previous committees.
The dollar amount of support that is now being withheld currently totals nearly 148-million dollars in annual gifts, estates, advertising, and other support and is growing daily.