What the NRA is doing to stop you from buying guns

“I don’t want to hear a word from the NRA,” Trump told the NRA in his remarks.

“I just want to let you know what I think about this whole issue.

The only way you can be a leader is by having common sense.

And I think you’re doing a terrible job on that.” 

In a press release issued today, the NRA also announced it will begin “to remove all mentions of guns from all NRA media content.”

The press release said that, “We will cease using any words that disparage the Second Amendment and its people.

We will also remove any NRA advertising that promotes guns or the gun industry.”

“We are not just fighting for our Second Amendment rights,” the press release added.

As part of the NRA’s effort to stop gun owners from buying their way into owning firearms, the group also launched a new Facebook page, “Make America Gunless Again.” “

It is time to stop treating the NRA as some fringe fringe organization, and begin thinking for yourself and taking the NRA for what it really is: the voice of American gun owners, their families, and communities who need you to stand up for them and their Second Amendment right to defend themselves.” 

As part of the NRA’s effort to stop gun owners from buying their way into owning firearms, the group also launched a new Facebook page, “Make America Gunless Again.”

It’s not clear whether the new Facebook site will be effective.

In the past, the website has featured a banner that read “You don’t have to buy a gun,” with a link to a gun buying guide, but it has not appeared since Trump’s speech. 

The NRA’s new website also includes a “buyer guide” for potential buyers, and it states that it will be the “largest gun buyback in history,” with the goal of selling the majority of its guns to civilians and those in states that allow the sale of firearms.

It also promises to “give the NRA the ammunition to be a major force in this election.” 

“The NRA has been and continues to be an unmitigated disaster in the gun debate,” said NRA-ILA Executive Director Michael Short in a statement.

Now is the time for the NRA to listen to its members and step up its game to address this crisis in America.”

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