Twitchy reported earlier tonight on the barrage of death threats directed at NRA president David Keene and members of the NRA in the aftermath of the Newtown, Conn., school massacre.

Now comes word that enraged anti-gun activists will march on Monday to the NRA headquarters in Washington, D.C. CREDO Mobile is a left-wing wireless reseller that donates part of its profits to radical George Soros-funded Media Matters for America, ACORN affiliate Project Vote, Color of Change, and the Sierra Club Foundation.

We hope law enforcement is aware of the threats and we will pray that no harm comes to the law-abiding, peaceful NRA leaders and members who are facing increasing demonization for their support of constitutional principles.

Just a reminder that the conservative Family Research Council office in D.C. was the target of a politically motivated shooting in August.

A question for CREDO Mobile:

Meanwhile, the rhetoric against the NRA continues to heat up…and the civility police remain silent:

  • Chance Boudreaux

    I wouldn’t be too worried, their facebook page says 247 going. But I’m sure the Lap Dog Media will spin it to Thousands or a Million Idiot March. #MolonLabe

  • Jack Deth

    And what exactly is it that this spur of the moment, next to nothing “March” will accomplish?

    Especially when the NRA had NOTHING to do with the Newtown, Connecticut tragedy.

    • SineWaveII

      It’ll give democrats an excuse to try and ban guns which has been in their agenda all along.

    • conservativechick

      I bet those 77 progressive camp students in Norway wished they’d had a weapon.

    • michael s

      can you tell me what political party nra founder ambrose burnside belonged to?

      • Jack Deth

        Burnside was a Democrat and Union officer during the Civil War under General McClellan. Ran for and won the seat of the Republican Governor of Rhode Island for three one year terms from 1866-69. Then Ran for and claimed the seat of Senator in Rhode Island as a Republican in 1874. Until his death in 1881.

        Why do you ask?

  • lissa

    So the right to bear arms = the right to kill? Boy, are THEY misguided!

  • HARP2

    Marching on a building where most of the occupants may be carrying……..maybe they should rethink that.

  • allenbarr

    so if they ban guns in our country then send all our troops overseas would that not make for the perfect takeover of the U.S.A. does anyone see this as a possibility. sure you do. that is the reason we keep firearms.

    • FN

      We are already sending additional weapons to muslim radicals. Why not law those of American citizens.

    • FN

      We are already sending additional weapons to muslim radicals. Why not law those of American citizens.

  • John

    Boy.Dont give these angry people guns they are mad enough to shoot the NRA! Morons.

  • $7610427

    Scottish??? LOL. What does that have to do with anything? These people who piss their pants at the sight of a gun are threatening those of us who actually own guns? Oooookaaaaay…

    • 13strigoi

      It means that he’s capable of eating food that you and I wouldn’t be able to stomach.

    • Joseph Phillips

      I laughed at that too. I’m Scottish, Grr! My kilt against your gun! I watched Braveheart! Grr!

    • WhiteFalcon1

      Exactly, I’m Scottish, too…so? Assploding hypocricy……

  • Harlan Hikaru Fox

    It’s almost comical. “We Want Guns Banned!” and “We want to be able to shoot you!” in the same mini-rant.

    Or, at least it would be comical if we didn’t know that they’re actually planning on making that a reality with the assistance of their benefactors in the government.

  • jlgrounds

    so what say you about the hate on the right? I imagine NOTHING – so these people are saying FU to NRA and are going to march and you are so scared because you see that we are not going to be silent any longer by your desire to keep the status quo that you are grasping at any straw. Too bad because change is coming and the NRA has finally be outed as the terrorist organization that it is.

    • marcellucci

      Why should the government of the people have more firepower than it’s people?

    • Spatial Awareness

      So…. You don’t have any guns? And don’t plan to buy any? Thats good to know… ~_^

    • Lord Foggybottom

      Where in that article does it mention those people are on the right? It doesn’t, so stop with your bullshit accusations. You lefties always pull this crap and we’re on to you.

    • WhiteFalcon1

      Ummm, be careful what you wish for…it may not be the change you expect! Guhn owners pay taxes, too….would be a shame they all decided NOT too, huh?

    • Daniel Gibson

      Did you read all the tweets? Near the end the person states they voted for BO. So they can’t all be from the right. Besides the only people I’ve hear use the N-word when talking about the president have been his supporters. Also, where are the death treats from your article, or wishing harm on him?
      CREDO and others are wishing violence and death on the people of the NRA. This is not being upset because the football game is being interupeted.
      Isn’t using threats of violence to push a political idea the definition of terrorism?

  • Rick Stones

    The people tweeting this filth make Fred Phelps look like Andy of Mayberry.

  • Defacts

    We told you, one way or another, Obama would go for the guns.. well here it is. Are we going to be the generation to let him? I say HELL NO, not now not ever.

  • Joseph Phillips

    Guns and Bibles: two things banned from schools… but in prison, you can get a Bible.

    • WhiteFalcon1

      …LOL…in California prisons you can get guns, too!

  • Penmar

    I particularly like this tweet:
    RJ Hagen
    @NRA I sincerely hope the next place to get shot up is one of your rallies.
    Guess he/she doesn’t realize that most of the people with the NRA are likely to have concealed carry permits and most likely be armed.

  • JonInVA

    These people posting rants about hoping others die are truly sick in the head, and what is wrong with society.

  • Thomas Collins

    NRA members reportedly “shaking in their shoes”. LOL

  • jar

    ignorance breads hate. and hate just breeds more hate. let’s stop pointing fingers and figure this out.

  • $19215176

    Straight up swap…..we get the kids back and all you right-wing crazies get to meet the God you’re always praising

    • WhiteFalcon1

      Why when we can have BOTH?

    • Kristophr

      Bring it, Larry.

      Looks like another death threat from a libtard. One who does not trust himslef with the mental stability needed to own a firearm.

      Violent little socialists like you are why we are armed. Violent little socialists like you are why we don’t have insane asylums to hold dangerous schizophrenics. Violent little socialists like you are why there were no armed school teachers in that school.

  • WheresPatton

    Just checked in on the protest TwitPics, looks like they had decent numbers but not nearly as strong as IGOLD in IL earlier in the year.

  • snook

    “@AntheaButler: In the 24 hour period following the tragedy in #Newtown, ten people were shot in Chicago.” I hope they were @NRA lobbyists!! Hmm, doesn’t Chicago have strict gun laws?

  • Don

    What a bunch of ignorant people! It’s not the guns it’s the sick society that was a direct result of you liberals and all of your political correct BS over the past twenty years or so. You spawned this generation of sick bastards, now you will just have to live with it.