The NRA has released a new video in response to criticism to the organization’s CEO, Wayne LaPierre, suggesting armed guards be put in all schools.
“President Obama’s skepticism over NRA’s proposal to put armed security in schools ― when he and his friends already send their children to schools with armed guards ― is just the latest example of elitist hypocrisy,” the NRA says of the video.
This is the launch of the “Stand and Fight” campaign with more videos to be released soon. See the first here:
Obama admits wanting ‘men with guns’ guarding his daughters
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