Trump To Speak At NRA Annual Meeting

BY Herschel Smith
1 month, 2 weeks ago

The Washington Times.

Former President Donald Trump will headline the National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA) Leadership Forum later this month.

Mr. Trump will deliver remarks at the annual gathering of Second Amendment activists on May 27. He will be joined by other Republican speakers, including Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Texas Sens. John Cornyn and Ted Cruz, Rep. Dan Crenshaw of Texas, North Carolina Lt. Governor Mark Robinson and South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem.

This is the first NRA annual meeting since its cancellation last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and its 151st overall.

“It is truly an honor to have President Trump address NRA members for the sixth time at our 2022 NRA-ILA Leadership Forum in Houston,” said NRA Executive Vice President and CEO Wayne LaPierre in a statement.

He said, “President Trump delivered on his promises by appointing judges who respect and value the Constitution and the Bill of Rights and in doing so helped ensure the freedom of generations of Americans. NRA members are excited to hear him speak and thank him for his support for our right to keep and bear arms.”

Isn’t that special.  Trump loves the NRA and they love him.  He will get a hero’s welcome, no doubt.  The two are made for each other.

Neither one has done anything for firearms owners.  Trump supported red flag laws and the bump stock ban, and appointed nothing but deep staters to positions of power (e.g., William Barr who organized a gaggle of former AGs to defend Lon Horiuchi from charges of manslaughter after he shot Randy Weaver’s wife, Vicki Weaver, and his dog).  His appointment to head the DHS stated that white supremacy was the most dangerous threat that America faced.  He left Comey and McCabe in charge of the FBI, and he failed to drive to the bottom of “fast and furious.”  That’s a short list of his many failures, the successes involving mostly tweeting angry rebuttals at those whom he saw as personal enemies, or people who didn’t fall down and worship him.

The NRA supported (in order) the NFA (and Hughes Amendment), the GCA, the Clinton AWB, universal background checks, red flag laws, and the bump stock ban.

They go together very well, I should say.  Beyond that, LaPierre has taken such bad positions, thrown so much money away and caused such division in the NRA, and caused such ineffectiveness that the organization is now ruined and cannot be saved.  The NRA board of directors allowed one man to destroy the entire organization.  They should be proud, that is, if they are terrible people.

By the way, here is an update on the current status of the NRA museum.

After being closed for two years, supposedly due to Covid (in fact, state and country restrictions were lifted about a year ago), the main National Firearms Museum has reopened. We’d written about concerns that the museum’s collections were being looted and sold off, and how a former curator who’d loaned guns to the museum was told they could not be found.

At last it is open, but the report is not good.

“There are a lot of missing guns and artifacts that used to be on display. So many great pieces. Where did they go? Some empty spots have the usual “Object Temporarily Removed” marker placed, but others – nope.  In the last two years, maintenance of the galleries really didn’t happen and the dust on so many historic pieces is not good.  Labels have fallen and are in the process of falling in many cases. Lighting has not been adjusted in several galleries – so there are very bright and very dim sections – not good for paper and textile artifacts in the brightness. Even from outside the glass, there were many guns that really needed cleaning and perhaps some conservation – including the premier collection of Gatling guns.  Damn…”

“So how does the HQ building look?  Not good. The outer tiles on both sides of the entry driveway have flaked off in a very unsightly manner.  The underside of the overhang has many patched areas from leaks. Inside – I saw evidence of other leaks. Rust staining is seeping from window joints all over the building exterior.  For those that may want to buy a souvenir – well – forget it.  The NRA Store is not open.”

“Walking through the galleries, I found myself looking at a cannon – right in the middle of a junction of four pathways.  No warning ropes even. In addition to impacting on ADA standards for the museum, it turns out the reason the cannon has been placed so awkwardly was to free up the Revolutionary War Gallery.  Why? – so that food and drink can be served for special donor receptions, inside the museum.  Professional museum folks are cringing by now and believe it or not, my old sign prohibiting food and drink inside was still posted outside. Bugs are attracted by food residues and move on to munch on museum objects quickly.”

The story mentions that there is no museum registrar. From the comments: “For those who don’t know, the Registrar is the individual responsible for the collection.  They must at the stroke of the finger know where each piece is located (on display, on loan, in transit, in conservation).  No registrar means that objects can disappear and there is no accounting for it.  Be warned if you were considering donating any object to them.  I wouldn’t.”

You’re a fool if you donate firearms to the NRA museum.  And I wouldn’t attend the NRA meeting if the NRA sent me on an all-expenses paid vacation to go there.


Comments

  1. On May 15, 2022 at 10:50 pm, Brad said:

    So you’re a Biden supporter?

  2. On May 15, 2022 at 10:53 pm, Herschel Smith said:

    @Brad,

    That’s a good one. I needed some amusement tonight.

  3. On May 15, 2022 at 11:00 pm, Brad said:

    You’re a single issue voter. I can’t afford to be. Whats our countries biggest eternal threat. I’ll go first. China.

  4. On May 15, 2022 at 11:49 pm, Chris said:

    NRA, the greatest gun control group ever.
    Far as I am concerned, they can just go away. Caput, get shut down, good bye!
    Bunch of Capitulating Money Mooching Scammers.
    Lapiere?? GADB ! He’s a Damn Cancer, The Pancreatic and Brain type

    I do not need them, never have. NEVER.

    As for Trump….dude make piss poor choices with help.
    As was evidenced from his 4yrs.
    Granted, not 100%, but entirely, ENTIRELY to many.
    Annnnd …
    SOB Folded like a limp vegan noodle over Las Vegas.

    I do believe he loves the US and what it Stood For.

    Besides, he’ll never be more than what he was.
    Just a “Delaying Tactic.” Thats the best he’ll ever muster.

    Annnnnd ….
    Whats he done for J6???
    Waitin……Stiiiiilllll waitin……..and Still waiting.

    As for the Dog Snackers…
    China can’t get outa Lock Down.
    I aint sweatin them.
    Not to say they aren’t gonna be a problem one day.
    They may.
    Just anybody, reading this …Won’t be alive to see that day. imo.

    The “HOUSE” ( not the house of reps) Of The States…needs a Very Serious Bleaching and Cleaning out.
    As my ol’man use to say, Police your Damn Room!
    OGUS needs Serious Policing and I ain’t talking about the Blue Kind.

    I have seen this Game Played for 60yrs now..
    What the common denominator?

    Insanity-Doing the same thing over and over and over…
    And Expecting a Different Result.

    And currently, OGUS Is a Insane Asylum.

    Folks better wake up and come to god and realize..
    The Left has us “outclassed” and darn near every turn. EVERY TURN.
    God Help us if they Actually Do go Full Mao and start Hunting.

  5. On May 16, 2022 at 7:01 am, Bill Buppert said:

    “You’re a single issue voter. I can’t afford to be. Whats our countries biggest eternal threat. I’ll go first. China.”

    The biggest threat to America is DC and always has been.

  6. On May 16, 2022 at 7:44 am, June J said:

    Even though the annual meeting is just a short drive away I’m not going. With Texas’ Sen. “Plot with the Democrats” Cornyn and Rep. “WEF Young Global Leader” Crenshaw on the agenda is just further evidence of the NRA’s decline into worthlessness.

  7. On May 16, 2022 at 7:56 am, Heywood said:

    @Bill

    “The biggest threat to America is DC and always has been.”

    *mic. drop*

  8. On May 16, 2022 at 8:21 am, Fred said:

    The sooner the NRA dies, the sooner we get our rights back.

  9. On May 16, 2022 at 8:26 am, Herschel Smith said:

    @Brad,

    I am most certainly not a “single issue voter.” I am a Christian reconstructionist and theonomist, viz. R. J. Rushdoony.

  10. On May 16, 2022 at 9:23 am, Matt said:

    Y’all need to re-up with the NRA. LaPierre needs a new suit. You know he can’t go to the convention in one he wore last week.

  11. On May 16, 2022 at 11:57 am, ExpatNJ said:

    Captain wrote:
    “You’re a fool if you donate firearms to the NRA museum.”

    Agreed. But, for those without heirs, what alternatives can be suggested?

  12. On May 16, 2022 at 12:21 pm, Georgiaboy61 said:

    @ ExpatNJ

    Form a firearms trust. The members of it needn’t be family members. If your state does not allow such, then find one that does. You’ll need an attorney who knows how to put one together, so count on that.

    Auctioning off your collection is another way of handling things. Establish residency in a 2A-friendly state or locale if need be, prior to holding your sale.

    Out here in rural America, estate sales and auctions are very common, and not only for collections of firearms. It is very common to see tractors, trucks, cars, trailers, boats, household goods, furniture, fishing equipment, camping gear, etc. – you name it – after someone passes away.

    One final option, depending on the quality of your personal collection: Gift it to a museum (not affiliated with the NRA) or shooting-sports club or school. The ins-and-outs of doing that vary by where you live, but it is doable many places if the legal hoops are properly negotiated.

    Do not – under any circumstances – gift anything to the NRA or National Firearms Museum. Unless you want Wayne and his buddies to steal it. The evidence is now pretty compelling that the looting of the collection has begun. A number of pieces have mysteriously gone missing in a highly-irregular manner.

  13. On May 16, 2022 at 12:46 pm, George1 said:

    This is the problem with Trump. If you consider him an honest man then you have to stipulate that he is as dumb as a rock.

  14. On May 16, 2022 at 7:26 pm, The Wretched Dog said:

    It is clear that the NRA has been corrupt for a long time. Below find my 2019 letter cancelling my Life Membership.

    August 27, 2019
    National Rifle Association
    ATTN: Member Services
    11250 Waples Mill Road
    Fairfax, VA 22030

    Gentle-persons:

    1. Effective immediately, cancel my NRA Life Membership, to whit: [name, membership number] is henceforth and hereinafter no longer a member the NRA.

    2. STOP sending me requests for money! Consider this a legal demand notice. This includes any and every subordinate NRA organization or contractor. No more ILA calls or pleas for funds, no more “Stand with Wayne against (insert ‘mean bad guys’ flavor of the month)”, no more stupid contractor calls that have to read through a seven paragraph script, only to learn that I am (was) a life member.

    3. With respect to the most recent, shrill begging – You would have the money to fight New York State’s lawfare campaign, if you had not wasted millions on LaPierre’s extravagant compensation and his gadding-about (e.g. excessive, lavish travel), while providing him hundreds of thousands of dollars as personal clothing as a business expense.

    4. [omitted]

    5. The current organizational evisceration of any opposition to LaPierre’s ‘Divine Right to Rule’ is unacceptable to this (former) member.

    6. Don’t think that the membership hasn’t noticed that the NRA never solves the problem; it always requires “just one more election” – and a bunch more in donations. Got it. We understand the incestuous relationship between the legislative and the lobbying branches of government.

    7. It is clear to this 30+plus years long member – 20 of which as a Life Member – that the NRA’s Board of Directors had signally failed in its individual and collective fiduciary duties to the organization and to the members. It is also clear that, at this point, the NRA exists only to aggrandize Wayne LaPierre. Not in my name; not on my dime.

    Colonel xxxx xxxxxx
    Army of the United States (Ret.)
    [membership no.]

    P.S. Paragraph 4 omitted due to intemperate language.

  15. On May 16, 2022 at 8:49 pm, Brad said:

    Hershel

    First of all, I am not a Trump fanatic. I’ve owned a 40 man plus Machine Shop most my life. So I pay attention to economic policies. And there’s been none better than Trump. I have my problems with him, but haven’t seen any of them mentioned here. Trumps the only guy that fought back against China’s and our very own Governments assault on our economy. Which is why they were forced to spring COVID on the world, and installed a puppet brain dead president. Run by Obama, Soros etc. And directed by China. If I thought Trump was anti gun I wouldn’t vote for him. And I’m not happy about some of the things he done. But there is no better option. DeSantis is currently my favorite guy. Having said that DeSantis does not have the business experience Trump has, and has publicly stated he won’t run if Trump does. I happen to fall into that thought process that believes we need one more term of Trump to clean as much deep state out of the government before DeSantis gets there. Trump won’t have a second term to worry about. DeSantis would.

    “The biggest threat to America is DC and always has been.”

    *mic. drop*

    Who ever posted that has no idea how deeply entrenched China is into our Government, and our educational system. Read a little bit will you.

    Are we entertained yet? LOL

  16. On May 16, 2022 at 10:32 pm, Herschel Smith said:

    Don’t blame China.

    Fauci (and the GOF studies done by NIAID/NIH), U. of NC at Chapel Hill, and Harvard were the ones who created that virus. It’s not a China virus. It’s a U.S. virus.

    Trump was the one who marched that little money grubbing Ferengi Anthony Fauci out in front of the cameras every day for half a year so he could push his wares and shut down America, all the while pushing Remdesivir on unsuspecting patients in hospitals (for which he owns the patent) so it could turn their livers into mush and water.

    I know what happened in exquisite detail because I studied and cataloged it. Don’t rewrite this story.

    Trump was too stupid to see that he was being used.

  17. On May 16, 2022 at 10:44 pm, Brad said:

    No question got he got played, used. By a shit ton of RINOs. Fauccie wasn’t the only example. Question is, does he have a plan for retribution? Like I said, your a Biden voter, Your only other choice.
    “Don’t rewrite this story.” you or I don’t have enough info to write that story. And if you think you do, you’re an idiot.

    Later, much.

  18. On May 16, 2022 at 11:03 pm, Brad said:

    PS

    “It’s not a China virus. It’s a U.S. virus”

    That might be true, however it was grown in China, and apparently in the Ukraine. But none the less it was released on the world to ultimately stop the Trump economy.
    Now I’m out.

  19. On May 18, 2022 at 10:06 pm, TheAlaskan said:

    Put the bottle down Brad so you can maintain those tolerances down to +/- thousands of an inch.

    And for the record, Herschel is most definitely NOT an idiot.

    Also, Trump keeps pushing the clot-shot, which makes him an idiot.

    Savvy

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