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Money

Ooops! David Hogg Stages Protest at Pro-NRA Supermarket that Responds by Canceling All Donations, Including to Gun-Control Advocates

May 28, 2018 Gateway Pundit 2

Florida: David Hogg, the student activist who emerged from the Parkland high-school shooting, organized a “die-in” at a Publix supermarket over its donations to a Republican candidate running for governor who was supported by the NRA. The market chain responded by canceling all political donations, including those to organizations that fund Planned Parenthood and gun control.

Kakistocracy

Mixed Emotions over Oliver North Being Named President of NRA

May 9, 2018 Jake Morphonios 5

North worked with the CIA to covertly import weapons to Iran as part of a scheme to illegally fund the CIA-created rebel force in Nicaragua in order to overthrow its government. Oliver North also played a major role in running drugs from Central and South American drug cartels into the US. Additionally, North planned to build a computer data base of everyone who objected to this scheme with the intention of arresting and imprisoning them.

Politics

Leftist Anti-Gun Professor Charged with Spraying Fake Blood on Home of NRA Lobbyist

April 23, 2018 The Hill 0

Virginia: Anti-gun leftists ramp up the pressure, weaponizing intimidation and shame, by confronting their targets at their homes. Chris Cox, a lobbyist for the NRA, said that the extremists sprayed fake blood on his home, protest his home with a poster of a dead child, created a website mimicking his wife’s business, and distributed flyers outside of his wife’s interior design business. The leftist academia is behind much of the heightened protests and criminal activity, including University of Nebraska-Lincoln professor Patricia Hill, who was arrested for allegedly spraying the fake blood on the Cox’s home on two occasions.

Freedom

NY Governor Cuomo Warns Banks and Insurance Companies to Drop the NRA and Gun Industry

April 20, 2018 Daily Caller 0

New York: Governor Andrew Cuomo is trying pressure state banks and insurance companies from doing business with the NRA and firearms manufacturers. He sent a letter urging “all insurance companies and banks doing business in New York to join the companies that have already discontinued their arrangements with the NRA, gun industry, or other promoters of guns,” stopping just short of threats and punishment.