Skip to comments.NRA lobbying arm launches seven-figure pro-Kavanaugh ad buy
Posted on 08/07/2018 2:56:54 PM PDT by jazusamo
The National Rifle Associations legislative-lobbying arm announced Tuesday a seven-figure national and region ad campaign to support the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court.
The national cable and regional broadcast ads will start airing Tuesday and will run through Aug. 27. The regional ads are to air in Alabama, Alaska, Indiana, North Dakota and West Virginia.
The NRA strongly supports Judge Brett Kavanaughs confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court because he will protect our constitutional right to keep and bear arms, said Chris W. Cox, executive director of the NRA Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA). Its critical that all pro-Second Amendment voters urge their senators to confirm Judge Kavanaugh.
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Jeff Foxworthy line:
For mom, no matter if it’s Christmas or a birthday, whatever the gift list is it starts with ammo.
Now we know why.
There was within the last week a story that the NRA was broke, and couldn’t afford to pay rent on its office space.
It’s about the NRA filing lawsuit against Cuomo/New York.
LOL! Hadn’t seen that one.
No blue states? No purple states? Wonder why not? NRA is singing to the choir.
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Republican states with democrat senators
States that Trump won with Senators that are either Dems or squishy Pubs (AK). Why run ads in CA or NY? Their senators will never vote to confirm.
Correction, I meant AL, not AK.
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So the talk about the recent suit in New York is brought up again. The NRA is not shutting down. Some politicians and financial businesses are trying to stop the NRA from getting insurance, underwriters, banking, etc.
So the NRA filed suit describing the damage that is being done. The NRA is a nonprofit that closes its accounting periods a little in the red for smart reasons. The organization is doing the work of serving its members and our nation, so it’s not in the business of getting rich.
I’m guessing that the NRA-ILA is separate, and that it’s a not-for-profit (allows for lobbying and more direct political work).
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