NRA Executive Vice President Wayne La Pierre blames the Obama administration and what he calls the “gun ban movement” for trying to redirect attention from terrorism to gun control.
Once again, the demands to make classes of firearms illegal are thundering out of the spokespeople for gun control advocacy groups and politicians.
As politicians look for something to blame besides the Orlando gunman, the National Rifle Association’s leadership point their fingers at President Obama, Hillary Clinton and “political correctness.”
Donald Trump said he would meet with the NRA to talk about how Americans can best arm themselves to protect against radical Islamic terrorism.
Following a national security briefing with his top advisors Monday, President Obama said the country’s deadliest mass shooting in Orlando on Sunday was being treated as a terrorist investigation.
President Obama on Thursday threw his weight behind presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, going as far as appearing in a promotional video for her campaign.
Obama will stump for Clinton, making him the foil in a narrative that proliferated in the gun rights community after he took office – that Democrats are coming for your guns.
Following a fatal shooting at UCLA this week, President Obama on Thursday called for an end to what he’s called an American epidemic.
Obama’s deputy national security adviser, Ben Rhodes, said this trip “will shine a spotlight on the tremendous and devastating human toll of war.”
The suit names U.S. District Court Judge Gloria Navarro, Senator Harry Reid, Rory Reid and President Obama, and asks for Bundy’s indictment to be dropped.