It’s hard to imagine a scenario where Letitia James, the NRA-hating AG of New York, would turn out to be the NRA’s savior, but that’s how things are stacking up!?
If the Board does not choose LTC Allen West to be the next EVP I believe the NY Court will choose Wayne LaPierre’s replacement for them.
I would be honored to secure the legacy [of the NRA] going forward for future generations of legal, law-abiding American citizens and gun owners…
Wayne LaPierre’s motive is to continue the fight to protect our rights and further strengthen the Association to which he has devoted his life.
Judge Cohen evidently took notice of their concerns with questions he posed in oral arguments in December.
Wayne LaPierre has dedicated decades to defending the Second Amendment, but he needs to step down.
The NY Attorney General has subpoenaed the files on the arbitration between NRA and Chris Cox, the purged head of the NRA Institute for Legislative Action (NRA_ILA).
Their “foot soldiers” have proven to be neither disciplined nor mature enough to engage in reasoned discourse instead of aggressive tantrums.
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.