BREAKING: Trump Just Met With NRA To Make New AWESOME Move For 2A – He Tricked Libs All Along!

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President Trump and the White House have slipped back on the support for the universal background checks proposed for gun purchases. While this does not mean that background checks for guns will not be supported or improved, it just says that there is currently not support in place for the universal background checks that some liberal Democrats may have called for.

Trump initially seemed to support the idea, which makes sense because the President should listen to all ideas and make a firm decision on them after considering their potential to be a benefit. It seems as though the White House is backing off the concept of universal background checks. Many Americans realize that the background check system should be improved to help prevent people with mental illness, criminal backgrounds, or even getting the police called a dozen times like school shooter Nikolas Cruz from purchasing a gun legally.

The reason the White House backed off the support of a universal background check is that the word “universal” means something different to many people. The White House was smart to withhold support because Trump has not yet been able to read and adequately submitted legislation pertaining to universal background checks. It’s hard to support something without it being in writing, analyzed, and discussed. The lack of Trump’s blind support for something he has not yet read is churning the guts of the liberal Democrats as they embellish on another meltdown, even though Trump and the White House put their foot down firmly with some common sense. Democrats like Senator Dianne Feinstein will not be happy with this.

The Hill reported more on the pullout:
“Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Trump supports “not necessarily universal background checks, but certainly improving the background check system.”

“He wants to see what that legislation, the final piece of it looks like,” she told reporters at the White House. “Universal means something different to a lot of people. He certainly wants to focus and improve on the background check system.”

The comments come after Trump stunned many in Washington by voicing support for many gun control proposals during a meeting with lawmakers that aired live on television.

During the Wednesday meeting, Trump appeared to agree with Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), who said that “Americans want universal background checks.”

“You have a different president now,” Trump told the senator. “You went through a lot of presidents and you didn’t get it done. You have a different president. And I think, maybe, you have a different attitude, too. I think people want to get it done.”

The president has previously supported a more modest proposal written by Murphy and Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn (R-Texas) designed to bolster the existing background check system, but not expand it.

Sanders’s comments come one night after Trump met with representatives from the National Rifle Association (NRA), a group that Trump urged lawmakers to defy on guns even though he long supported it.

She said the president promised the NRA “only that he’ll continue to support the Second Amendment.”

Trump’s meeting with the NRA has sparked irrational upset among Democrats as they see every tragedy as a means to push the narrative on gun control. Liberals and Democrats often push their agenda as soon as any tragedy happens, not even waiting until the victims have been picked up off the floor. They exploit victims for their own cause, and it’s quite disturbing.

When Trump and the White House decide that they will not support something that they have not yet read, then it’s perfectly reasonable and a decision bolstered with common sense. If President Trump reads it and likes it, then he’ll act on it and push it through the necessary protocol to be turned into a law. That will take time as it goes through the chain of command.

While people discuss background checks, they’re also debating boycotts, and corporations are cutting ties with the NRA. None of which makes any sense because neither the NRA nor the corporations had anything to do with the Parkland school shooting that prompted all of this into action.

Americans would benefit from improved background checks that require a mental health exam and a look at each buyer’s history with the police. Nikolas Cruz had the cops called on him dozens of times, and even if he escaped charges being pressed, he still should not have been allowed to purchase his weapons. Having the cops called for a noise violation because you’re having a loud party is one thing. Having the police called numerous times for incidents that may have involved violence should automatically trigger something in the background checks that allow the decision making process more information about the buyer.

Criminals can always get their guns on the street, but Americans should remain tough and not make it easier for them. The good guys with the guns will always prevail and a reliable background check makes sure the most trustworthy and responsible people own firearms.

Breaking: NRA Releases Bombshell Video After Brutal Attack At Oscars

The NRA is under attack from all angles.  After last night’s attack at the Oscars the NRAS is pushing back
Conservative Tribune Has The Story: There was plenty of politicizing to go around at Sunday’s Oscars, which wasn’t too much of a surprise. Given the political inclinations of the audience, it wasn’t a shock that the National Rifle Association was a target, either.

However, what a lot of people may not have suspected was that the NRA wasn’t going to take it lying down. On the contrary, they decided to fight back with a video about what the organization and its members stand for.

The politicizing in question came from rap star Common, who was nominated for Best Song along with Andra Day. He took the stage with 10 liberal activists, according to Variety, including a Syrian refugee and Planned Parenthood head Cecile Richards.

“For the performance, each activist was contacted personally by Common and Day, who came up with the idea to use spotlights on stage as a visual element and to literally highlight those on the ground doing the daily work of changing the world,” Variety reported.

During the performance, Common, whose real name is Lonnie Rashid Lynn Jr., decided to do a bit of political freestyling.

“On Oscar night, this is the dream we tell. A land where Dreamers live and freedom dwells. Immigrants get the benefits, we put up monuments to the feminists,” Common said, according to The Hill.

“Tell the NRA they ain’t God’s way. And to the people of Parkland, we say Ase,” he continued

Ase, for those of you wondering, is a philosophy of the Yoruba people of Nigeria which involves conceiving of the power to make social changes. Deep, man.

It’s curious that Common decided to take a dig at the NRA while he was on stage with a woman who heads an organization that’s pretty much based around death. The people running the NRA’s Twitter account decided not to question this association with Planned Parenthood, however, and instead focused on what their organization stands for.

The video features Dom Raso, a former Navy SEAL, talking about why he stands for the American flag.

“From high school gyms to towering stadiums, every time I see our flag wave, I feel a humbling reminder of the brave who keep and have kept us free,” Raso says during the one-minute video. “I stand to honor the sacrifices of the generations before me, heroes who charged into battle through bombs and bullets, who lost their brothers and still pushed through, fighting for every inch of our freedom.”

“I stand for my brothers who can’t stand anymore, men who hunted terrorists to the end of the earth, who sacrificed their bodies and their lives so we could peacefully live ours.”

So, what did Common do? READ MORE


TOP NASCAR Venue Tells Anti-Gun Nuts To Screw Off – Gives NRA AWESOME Gift!

It is a well-known fact that many NASCAR fans are also lovers of the 2nd Amendment and their right to self-defense. Many also happen to be members of the National Rifle Association (NRA). After more than a dozen companies cut ties with the NRA in the wake of the Valentine’s Day shooting at a school in Parkland, Florida many gun control advocates are demanding NASCAR follow suit at the upcoming race in Bristol, Tennessee. The deadly school shooting left 17  students and faculty members of Margory Stoneman High School dead and many others wounded.

Bristol is home to one of NASCAR’s marquee races and the NRA is a co-sponsor of its annual “night race.” Naturally, Bristol Motor Speedway told the leftist gun control crowd that would be a no-can-do and held firm to its commitment to continue the partnership with the NRA. Naturally, the left is angry. Currently, the parent company of Bristol Motor Speedway, Speedway Motorsports, Inc., offers a discount program to purchase race tickets for NRA members.  They plan to continue this discount program through the 2018 race year.

The 0.533-mile track is located just a few miles south of the Virginia state line and hosts two NASCAR races per year, as well as several other events that provide revenue and jobs to the local area, as well as entertainment. Later this spring, Bristol Motor Speedway also plans to host its annual daytime cup race known as the Food City 500.  They have announced they plan to continue to partner with Bass Pro Shops and the NRA for its August 18 race under the lights with the August race being dubbed the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race since the origination of the partnership in 2016.

Companies like Best Western, Delta Airlines, Hertz, and United Airlines have recently ended their discount programs with the NRA. Dick’s Sporting Goods and Walmart also announced this week their stores would no longer sell firearms to anyone under the age of 21.  However, some states are striking back as Georgia did with Delta Airlines by revoking some $40 million in tax credits from the state.

Speedway Management said in a statement to USA Today – “This has been a good long-standing partnership and we plan to continue.” This should come as no surprise as current NRA First Vice President Richard Childress is also a NASCAR team owner and former driver.

Both the NRA and Bass Pro Shops have sponsored the night race at Bristol since 2016.  Previous sponsors of the event include companies such as – Irwin Tools, Sharpie and Goody’s Headache Powder. Childress has announced his own support of NASCAR stating the organization made the  “right decision” to let the NRA co-sponsor the race making note that “many fans are supporters” of the organization.

Childress said in a statement of his own – “Racing fans and NRA members treasure their freedom and outdoor heritage, and the Night Race is where we go to celebrate that love of freedom, love of the shooting sports, and love of the great outdoors.”

Yahoo Sports reports of the controversial partnership –

“The NRA previously sponsored a Cup race before it became a sponsor at Bristol. And its sponsorship then was controversial.

In 2013, two weeks after the sport rallied around a tribute car for grade schoolers killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School, Texas Motor Speedway announced that the NRA would sponsor its April race. At the time, TMS president Eddie Gossage said he didn’t see any correlation between what happened at Sandy Hook and the NRA. Texas is also owned by SMI.

However, the sponsorship put NASCAR squarely into the gun control debate that was happening at the time, much like it is currently. Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy (D), even wrote a letter asking for the NRA 500 to have a different sponsor. 

NASCAR said then that Texas’ agreement with the NRA had been approved by the sport, though the sanctioning body would take a closer look at sponsor agreements going forward. That closer look obviously didn’t prevent the NRA from returning in a co-sponsor capacity at Bristol three years later. NASCAR officially declined comment to Yahoo Sports and referred to the track regarding the race sponsorship.

The announcement of the Bristol sponsorship in the fall of 2015 included a statement from Richard Childress Racing team owner Richard Childress, who is a high-ranking member of the NRA. The announcement highlighted the outdoor sports and conservation aspect of the sponsorship and noted that the NRA and NASCAR have large overlapping demographics.

“The iconic nature of The Night Race and the natural beauty of our region create the perfect opportunity to highlight conservation on a national stage,” Bristol general manager Jerry Caldwell said in a statement announcing the sponsorship. “Hunters and sporting enthusiasts attend NASCAR races in droves. We share the same customers and that makes this a well-suited partnership.”

The NRA has served as an associate sponsor for Childress’ race teams previously. The sport has separate approval processes for race and team sponsorships.”

It’s Confirmed, Look What Happened To The NRA Because Of The Boycott

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The Anti-American has lost another major battle. According to a new report, the NRA has increased its membership by 500,000 despite the boycott from the left.


The National Rifle Association (NRA) became the most vilified organization in the U.S. after the tragic Parkland shooting. Democrats and liberals pinned the blame on them for the massacre. The mainstream media had a field day demonizing them.

And some business giants were quick to join the bandwagon and severed ties with NRA including Hertz, Delta Airlines, United Airlines and Simply Safe. But guess what? NRA has gained nearly 500,000 new members since the Parkland tragedy.

Such is the single biggest increase since the shooting in Newtown Connecticut where NRA gained a smashing 100,000 within a couple of weeks only. With membership pegged at $30a year for the lowest tier, that’s certainly a huge amount for the gun lobby group now.

Maybe some bought new guns out of exasperation with the biased coverage of such mainstream media as CNN like Robert Norman who recently wrote an article entitled “I bought my first gun because of the CNN Townhall” that quickly went viral and also triggered spirited discussions across the country and became the topic of many TV interviews.

Or maybe it is due to Democrats’ motive to exploit the tragic shooting to their advantage anew when they introduced a bill last week that would ban over 150 different guns if passed.

BACKFIRE: NRA Memberships Skyrocket Due To Anti-Gun Student Activist David Hogg

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Anti-Gun Activist David Hogg has surely received his 15 minutes of fame attacking the NRA after the Parkland, Florida school shooting, but the results are not quite what he was looking for.

Hogg has attacked the NRA, its members, and has called for people to boycott Amazon, Fed-Ex and other companies over their ties to the NRA.

Hogg, 17, survived the mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 dead earlier this month. He has since become a vocal advocate for gun control reform. Along with several other students, Hogg formed Never Again MSD, an advocacy organization that calls for stricter gun rights.

BACKFIRE: NRA Memberships Skyrocket Due To Anti-Gun Student Activist David Hogg

He has used social media as well as the MSM to berate, demonize, and excoriate anyone and everyone attached in any way to the NRA.

But Hogg might have only accomplished the opposite of what he is trying to accomplish.

While a few companies have distanced themselves from the gun rights organization, social media is now filled with people claiming that they are joining the NRA.

While the NRA does not release membership numbers, we do get their tax returns. At some point we will know just exactly how much help Hogg has given the NRA. But if what we have seen on social media in recent days is any sign, it is going to be huge.

What is amazing about the phenomenon is that traditionally, many ardent gun rights supporters have not been friendly to the NRA, known for being soft on the issue.

While we do not have enough room to show you the extent of the calls too, and the promises to join the NRA, a quick search on social media will give you a good idea.

But this meme says it all!

On Saturday, Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg asked a simple question:

Hogg’s prominence on the national stage as an advocate for stricter gun control has earned him a number of detractors including conservative voices, members of the far-right and even conspiracy theorists.

“He goes on television and knows he gets to use what happened to him as a shield to avoid criticism. The media allows him to attack all the targets the media would be attacking anyway. They do not question him or hold him accountable. It further emboldens him to attack others,” Erickson wrote. “High school kids are not people we should take seriously on any subject. If he cannot hold all the people who screwed up accountable because of his agenda and he accuses anyone who disagrees with him of hatred, he is not someone any of us should pay attention to.”

Hogg even taunted President Trump on Twitter over his draft status.

But Mr. Trump did not, in fact, call the sheriff a coward. He used that word for Deputy Scot Peterson and implying similarly about other deputies, for reportedly staying outside the building during the fatal rampage.

David Hogg and the MSM really should know better.

The large majority of Americans believe in the 2nd Amendment.

Most Americans think government error is more responsible than a lack of gun control for the Valentine’s Day massacre at a Florida high school.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 54% of American adults believe the failure of government agencies to respond to numerous warning signs from the prospective killer is more to blame for the mass shooting. Thirty-three percent (33%) attribute the deaths more to a lack of adequate gun control. Eleven percent (11%) opt for something else.

Among Americans who have children of elementary or secondary school age, 61% think the government is more to blame. Just 23% of these adults fault a lack of adequate gun control more.

Gun control does not work. In fact, a great argument could be made that it makes us less safe.

As gun ownership has increased since the 90’s, gun crime has significantly dropped.

But at the same time, in California and Chicago, where they have the liberals DREAM of gun control:

They have the worst gun crime stats in the nation. Simple.


BREAKING: Georgia Passes Stunning Bill Punishing Delta For Going Against NRA

Delta Airlines, and maybe more companies to follow, just learned a hard lesson about buckling to the anti-gun left in response to the Parkland, FL school shooting. It’s one thing to demand open discussion about firearms, but it’s another to demonize the NRA, who had absolutely NOTHING to do with the shooting.

That’s exactly what Delta did, not days after the tragedy, in an attempt to appease their liberal customers who literally know next to nothing about how firearms work or how to clamp down on gun violence in the future.

The Associated Press just reported the following:

“ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia lawmakers pass bill that effectively punishes Delta Air Lines for cutting ties with the NRA.”

Earlier this week, the Lt. Gov. of Georgia leveled the threat against Delta, according to Breitbart:

Georgia Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle (R) responded to Delta’s decision to sever ties with NRA by announcing he will work to ensure the airline gets no tax breaks unless their political boycott ends.

On February 24, Breitbart News reported that over a dozen companies had cut ties with NRA in the wake of an anti-Second Amendment campaign targeting companies that gave discounts and other perks to NRA members. Delta Airlines was one of the companies that announced they were ending their relationship with the NRA:

On February 26, Lt. Gov. Cagle responded by making clear there would be no tax cuts for Delta until they ended their political boycott of the NRA:

Cagle’s message to Delta came two days after he made clear that “discriminating against law-abiding gun owners will not solve the problem” we face in attacks like the one on Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.


Why Didn’t Republicans Stand Up for Second Amendment at White House Meeting?

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President Donald Trump attempted to backtrack on Thursday morning from the stance he took on gun policy on Wednesday at the White House.

The president held a televised meeting Wednesday with members of both parties and encouraged them to pass more restrictive laws, including a new minimum age of 21 years old for buying a rifle. Trump tweeted Thursday morning: “Respect 2nd Amendment!”

The president has been hit by criticism from conservatives, who are upset that he seemed so eager to shut down House Majority Whip Steve Scalise’s suggestion of passing concealed carry permit reciprocity, on the one hand, and so enthusiastic about adding Democrats’ gun control proposals to existing bipartisan proposals, on the other.

But what was most lacking in Wednesday’s meeting was any real defense of the Second Amendment.

Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA) came closest, when he pushed back against Trump’s rebuke for not raising the minimum age in his bill with Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) to expand background checks.

After Trump accused Toomey and Manchin of being “afraid of the NRA,” Toomey explained: “My reservation about it, frankly, is that the vast majority of 18-,19-, and 20-year-olds in Pensylvania who have a rifle or a shotgun — they’re not a threat to anyone. They’re law-abiding citizens. They have that because they want to use it for hunting or target shooting. And to deny them their Second Amendment right is not going to make anyone safer.”

But neither Toomey nor anyone else explained the substance of that right.

In a free-wheeling debate, where the president seemed open to listening to all points of view, Democrats were not shy about promoting their view that gun ownership was the fundamental problem for school safety, while the Republicans present failed to make the case for the Second Amendment as the foundation of liberty.

The whole discussion took place in “problem-solving mode,” where it was taken for granted that the government had to “do something” in response to the shooting in Parkland, Florida — even though, arguably, it was the government’s failure to “do something” that allowed the shooting to take place, or that allowed it to continue as long as it did once it had begun.

No one — not even Republicans — made the case that until law enforcement can do its job, we should not infringe on one of the most fundamental freedoms of all.

Source: Sticks with NRA, Preserves Discounted Rate for NRA Members

HotelPlanner CEO says they will not boycott NRA CEO Tim Hentschel says his company will stick with the NRA and continue to offer discounts to NRA members.

Fox Business quoted Hentschel as he explained that staying with the NRA “is not about politics at all.” Rather, he said, “It’s about classic hospitality and not getting involved in a boycott war.”

He added, “I know what it’s like to feel vulnerable and scared. It’s not about me, it’s not about personal beliefs,” he said. “It’s just about the right for businesses to honor contracts. I have a contract, and I will honor it, and I will stand by it.”

Hentschel said he has been attacked personally for deciding to honor agreements with the NRA, that people have “accused him of being an out-of-touch, privileged CEO.” He quickly notes that he grew up living out of a car in utter poverty in Los Angeles before being adopted into a family that provided structure for him.’s decision to stick with the NRA comes just days after FedEx announced that it would not cut ties with the NRA either. While FedEx does not support civilian ownership of AR-15s, the company made clear that it “strongly [supports] the constitutional right of U.S. citizens to own firearms.”

Over a dozen other companies–including Delta Airlines, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Best Western, MetLife, Hertz, and Allied Van Lines–caved to an anti-NRA campaign and announced they were cutting ties with the NRA last week.


Roku Won’t Drop NRATV: ‘We Do Not Curate or Censor Based on Viewpoint’

Popular streaming device manufacturer Roku has refused to censor NRATV, following mob pressure and protests from Moms Demand Action.

“NRATV promotes dangerous conspiracy theories, racially charged rhetoric, and violent demonization of the NRA’s political opponents,” claimed pressure group Moms Demand Action on Twitter, Saturday. “Tell Apple, Google, Roku and Amazon to #DumpNRATV.”

In response, Roku refused to censor NRATV’s content, noting that they hadn’t broken any of Roku’s rules.

“We share deep sadness about the recent tragedy that occurred in Florida. Our streaming platform allows our customers to choose from thousands of entertainment, news and special interest channels, representing a wide range of topics and viewpoints,” Roku declared. “Customers choose and control which channels they download or watch, and parents can set a pin to prevent channels from being downloaded. While the vast majority of all streaming on our platform is mainstream entertainment, voices on all sides of an issue or cause are free to operate a channel. We do not curate or censor based on viewpoint.”

“We are not promoting or being paid to distribute NRA TV. We do not and have not ever had a commercial relationship with the NRA,” they continued. “Their channel is free to consumers with no ads. We welcome Moms Demand Action and other important groups to use our platform to share their messages too.”

Roku then added, “While open to many voices, we have policies that prohibit the publication of content that is unlawful, incites illegal activities or violates third-party rights, among other things. If we determine a channel violates these policies, it will be removed. To our knowledge, NRA TV is not currently in violation of these content policies.”

This week, FedEx also refused to sever their relationship with the NRA, expressing that it supports the “constitutional right of citizens to own firearms.”

Following their refusal to bend to mob pressure, pop-rock band Blink-182, and many others, called for a boycott of the company.

Over a dozen companies have severed their relationships with the NRA following pressure, including First National Bank of Omaha, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Symantec, Metlife, Delta Airlines, Best Western, United, Alamo Rent a Car, Avis, Allied Van Lines, Budget, Chubb Insurance, Hertz, North American Van Lines, Paramount Rx, SimpliSafe, and TrueCar.

Moms Demand Action and student-turned-media personality David Hogg are currently pressuring tech companies to censor the NRA on their platforms, while far-left filmmaker Michael Moore claimed the NRA is as bad as ISIS.

In response to the companies that severed their relationships, the NRA branded the public relations stunts “a shameful display of political and civic cowardice.”

“In time, these brands will be replaced by others who recognize that patriotism and determined commitment to Constitutional freedoms are characteristics of a marketplace they very much want to serve,” the NRA proclaimed in a statement to Breitbart News. “Let it be absolutely clear. The loss of a discount will neither scare nor distract one single NRA member from our mission to stand and defend the individual freedoms that have always made America the greatest nation in the world.”


The Boycotts Against The NRA Are Backfiring

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The boycotts against the NRA and pressure to stop companies from offering discounts to their members has galvanized conservatives in support of the movement.

From The Daily Caller:

The liberal campaign against the NRA has successfully pressured some companies to sever their partnerships with the gun rights group but it’s having another, unintended effect: galvanizing conservatives who feel the NRA has been unfairly attacked.

Liberal activist groups turned the NRA into a scapegoat for the Florida school shooting that left 17 people dead and immediately launched a pressure campaign meant to weaken the NRA, which touts itself as the nation’s longest-standing civil rights organization.

Liberals have threatened boycott campaigns against companies like FedEx, for having discount partnerships with NRA members. On that front, the activists have had some success, as several companies including United Airlines and Delta Airlines caved to the pressure and severed their ties with the NRA. Left-wing website ThinkProgress, a project of the George Soros-funded Center for American Progress, has since taken credit for launching that boycott campaign.

Two left-wing gun control groups, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense and Everytown for Gun Safety, are pressuring Amazon, Apple and Google to ban the NRA’s channel from their streaming platforms. So far, their censorship campaign has been unsuccessful.

As liberals and prominent media figures have stepped up their attacks on the NRA, many on the Right are rushing to the NRA’s defense. Social media was flooded over the weekend with conservatives announcing they had joined the NRA as an act of defiance.

A long list of companies have refused to cave to liberal pressure and are maintaining their ties with the NRA.

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