Nobody provides better marketing for the NRA than gun-grabbers.
Since the shooting last week at a high school in Florida, gun-control harpies have been working overtime to blame the NRA. Not the monster who pulled the trigger, or the FBI who admitted they didn’t follow protocol, not the school whose own policies protected the gunman … not even the chickensh*t officer who hid outside of the school and listened as kids died.
Nope, they want to boycott the NRA! Because you know, so many gunmen in the past have been NRA members. *eye roll*
As usual, these slacktivists took to Twitter with a lame hashtag, #BoycottNRA, which gun and Second Amendment advocates soon took over.
Here are some of our favorites:
— Hammy ✈ (@e2pilot) February 23, 2018
Wonder how many new memberships the NRA will have over the next 24 hours? How many renewals?
Due to disagreements with the @NRA, I let my membership lapse.
Due to the #BoycottNRA push, I will be renewing it shortly. Cowardly actions by companies like @enterprisecares reminded me why we need the NRA.
Enterprise lost a potential customer & the NRA will be getting $.
— Robb Allen (blue check pending) (@ItsRobbAllen) February 23, 2018
The NRA says thanks, harpies!
Let The Teachers Teach?
Our schools are overcrowded, dads are locked up thanks to Bill Clinton, moms are working 2-3 jobs – education suffers at home – while MS-13 is recruiting kids at our schools, & drugs flow into the veins of our students.
— #ThePersistence (@ScottPresler) February 23, 2018
The idea of teachers being armed bothers these yahoos almost as much as Dana Loesch in general does.
If NON NRA members stopped their shooting sprees, were intervened and treated when signs of mental health was whack, and every government/state agency did their job of flagging these people….
Shootings would happen far less.
It's a mental health problem #BoycottNRA
— PinkAboutIt ?? (@Pink_About_it) February 23, 2018
Anyone who thinks #BoycottNRA is a successful idea has a fundamental misunderstanding of what the #NRA is. The effort will do nothing but drive up membership and donations (already is), and influence members to further scrutinize political candidates' #2A stances. Laughable.
— Leslie ن (@LADowd) February 23, 2018
They’re stupid. At this point, it’s the only thing that makes sense.
I’ve never been a member of the NRA. Today might be the day. Keep it up liberals. ? #BoycottNRA
— Fuzzy Chimp (@fuzzychimpcom) February 23, 2018
#BoycottNRA? No, because ultimately only you are responsible for your own safety
A coward dies a thousand deaths, but the valiant taste death but once. May that resource officer be haunted by his inaction for the rest of his days
— Victor Sergey Nikkovich, Bot or Not-a-Bot whatever (@hapkidobigdad) February 23, 2018
Interesting, isn’t it? The guard HIDING and failing to do his job proves more than ever why it’s important that the PEOPLE are armed, and yet the Shannon Watts of the world only want the same cowards to be armed.
Will #BoycottNRA make the officer who did nothing for those kids grow a ballsack?
— Leah the Boss (@LeahRBoss) February 23, 2018
— Ann??? (@Doodisgirl) February 23, 2018
In the wake of this #BoycottNRA nonsense, I have a proposition. If we can RT this enough to get @benshapiro to follow me, I'll get the NRA logo tattooed on my posterior…..fighting PC nonsense AND winning the stalking game? Priceless….
— CarolinaConservative (@ShaunaJ1776) February 23, 2018
Hey, whatever works.
— Mom for the #2Amendment (@StacyBrewer18) February 23, 2018
An armed populace is a polite populace.
If the NRA ceased to exist right now, another pro-gun organization would replace it immediately, because as much as it probably hurts your little feelings, guns are popular in this country. #BoycottNRA
— Scott (@ScottInSC_) February 23, 2018