Obama Asked The NRA To Do One Thing…And They Just Sent A Message LOUD and Clear

The NRA is not putting up with BHO’s gun grabbing executive orders at all. When Obama asked for representative of the NRA to be present at his next Town Hall meeting, they sent a message that was LOUD and CLEAR. Check it out…

The nation’s largest gun rights organization declined Wednesday to send representatives to a nationally televised town hall with President Obama on gun violence, calling the prime-time event a publicity stunt by the White House to promote his latest gun control moves.

“The National Rifle Association sees no reason to participate in a public relations spectacle organized by the White House,” NRA spokesman Andrew Arulanandam told CNN, which is moderating the event live at 8 p.m. Thursday evening in Fairfax, Virginia.

The White House said Mr. Obama, who often is treated to shouts of “we love you” from audiences stacked in his favor, was looking forward to taking questions from people opposed to his gun policies.

“The audience will include not just people who agree with the president, but also some people who have views that differ from his on this issue,” said White House press secretary Josh Earnest. “Our expectation is that when the president takes questions from the audience people with different kinds of views will be given the opportunity to ask a question.”

Read more: Washington Times

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