As Twitchy noted earlier today, moms and others across the country bonded as members of a club they didn’t know had quite so many members: the #ImBlockedByShannonWatts club. The founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America (Moms Demand for short) did a bit of crowing about how she’d been blocked on Twitter by the NRA, leading others who’d never even tweeted her to share how they apparently had been blocked preemptively.

The NRA not only offers firearms education — like the time Wayne LaPierre advised Americans not to follow Joe Biden’s advice to fire two shotgun blasts blindly into the darkness to deter a suspected intruder — but as Dana Loesch, author of “Hands Off My Gun” notes, the NRA will actually engage in debate as well.

Sponsored by the National Shooting Sports Foundation, Project ChildSafe distributes free firearm safety kits comprising gun-locking devices and a brochure discussing safe handling and storage.

Would the last person who isn’t blocked by Shannon Watts like to pass along that challenge?