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    Retired Lt. Colonel Oliver North Will Take Over as NRA President

    Retired Lt. Colonel Oliver North Will Take Over as NRA President

    “This is the most exciting news for our members since Charlton Heston became President of our Association”

    In the next few weeks, retired Lt. Colonel Oliver North will take over as president of the National Rifle Association.

    Lt. Colonel North is currently an NRA board member, served on Reagan’s National Security Council, and is an all-around badass.

    According to an NRA press release published Monday, North will begin his new role as soon as his business affairs are in order.

    “This is the most exciting news for our members since Charlton Heston became President of our Association,” said NRA Executive Vice President and CEO Wayne LaPierre. “Oliver North is a legendary warrior for American freedom, a gifted communicator and skilled leader. In these times, I can think of no one better suited to serve as our President.”

    North said he was eager to take on this new role as soon as his business affairs were put in order. North is retiring from Fox News, effective immediately. “I am honored to have been selected by the NRA Board to soon serve as this great organization’s President,” North said. “I appreciate the board initiating a process that affords me a few weeks to set my affairs in order, and I am eager to hit the ground running as the new NRA President.”

    The NRA Board acted quickly to begin the process for North to become President, after former NRA President Pete Brownell announced this morning that, in order to devote his full time and energy to his family business, he had decided not to seek election to a second term. In his letter to the Board, Brownell wholeheartedly endorsed North for President.

    “Discussing this with Wayne LaPierre,” Brownell said in the letter, “he suggested we reach out to a warrior amongst our board members, Lt. Colonel Oliver North, to succeed me. Wayne and I feel that in these extraordinary times, a leader with his history as a communicator and resolute defender of the Second Amendment is precisely what the NRA needs. After consulting with NRA-ILA Executive Director Chris Cox, First Vice President Childress and Second Vice President Meadows, I can report there is extraordinary support for Lt. Colonel North.”

    …LaPierre congratulated the NRA Board for its action. “The board acted quickly and with great vision,” LaPierre said. “Oliver North is, hands down, the absolute best choice to lead our NRA Board, to fully engage with our members, and to unflinchingly stand and fight for the great freedoms he has defended his entire life.”

    “Oliver North is a true hero and warrior for freedom,” LaPierre said, “and NRA members are proud to stand with him.”

    Earlier this year, North visited the Israel/Syria border:

    North open up a meeting at this past weekend’s NRA Annual Meeting with a prayer:

    The NRA has already had a record fundraising year after gun control activists attempted to exploit tragedy to push for the dismantling of second amendment protections.

    North seems like the perfect fit for the battle ahead and I’m sure he’ll do the job well.


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    jmccandles | May 8, 2018 at 8:29 am

    As the state of Negotiating Rights Away since 1934,things won’t improve with Wayne,Chris and company with Norths appointment as president.

    1791: The Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is ratified.
    The amendment reads:

    “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state,
    the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.”

    After That
    1871: The National Rifle Association was formed by Union Army veterans Col. William C. Church
    and Gen. George Wingate.

    After that, they start going the other way







    What is a inalienable individual right and what is a privilege?
    What does “shall not be infringed” plainly mean?
    Does the NRA support the unalienable individual right of the individual to keep and bear arms that shall not be infringed by government or does the NRA support government privileges?

    molonlabe28 | May 8, 2018 at 1:08 pm

    This makes me feel like a million bucks.

    He will be an activist (and ubiquitous) NRA President.

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