Codrea: Debunking The NRA Sellout Story

Kudos to David.


22 responses to “Codrea: Debunking The NRA Sellout Story

  1. Thanks David.

  2. In 2 weeks, you’ll know for certain.
    In 2 months, you’ll know for sure.
    In 2 years, you’ll know you’re screwed.
    (maybe less)

  3. Well, now, that just settles it as the Gospel.
    I am astoundingly impressed at the incontestable breadth of his investigation, an ’email’ response indeed. As if, in our current
    age of social media, deep-web, dark-web, hackers paradise of digital enslavement euphoria, the most impossible Sci-fi task is to produce a fake email.
    Now that Codrea has succinctly put this
    issue to rest, he can debunk and explain
    away the volumes of NRA sellouts.
    Backtracking to the AWB of 94′ is not even
    required, the past ten years will suffice.
    Anyone with a few years under their belt, and whose brain barely functions in the region where memories are formed and stored,
    knows and remembers that Codrea is an
    NRA shill. Even in their darkest hour of betrayals, he had stood by them dutifully.
    The fake patriot “Trumpites” on Facebook pale
    in comparison to him.
    Onward indeed.
    Suck, suck.
    Yes, Wayne, everyone knows how you’re plying your trade at CPAC.

  4. freeillinois

    Please Remember the NRA supports the Brady Bill /NICS. They also supported every major piece of gun control legislation in one form or the other since 1934.
    The NRA is not nor have they ever been our friend.
    In Illinois the NRA dropped their Contract lobbyist and hired in people with no knowledge of how to handle the Illinois general assembly. They are taking a head in the sand approach hoping the issue of gun bans will be forgotten. There is only one lobbyist left with any chance of stopping a gun ban and he works for an underfunded FFL group.
    We are so screwed!

    • “Please Remember the NRA supports the Brady Bill /NICS. They also supported every major piece of gun control legislation in one form or the other since 1934.
      The NRA is not nor have they ever been our friend.

      One Hundred Percent Correct.

    • I’m not screwed.
      I reserve the right to fight, causing
      those who deserve it, misery, tears,
      trauma, and heartbreak.
      It’s the least I can do, after all the
      kindness they’ve shown me.

    • Some of us also remember the toothless response from the NRA when it was later discovered that NICS kept a permanent list of all those background checks which then became a registration list of gunowner names.


    • I’m a life member and plan on staying but I make sure to continue to get the “print” American rifleman and never donate even though I’m on ALL the mailing lists. Death by a thousand paper cuts


    From his remarks: “Congress has shown it’s ready to act.”
    “We are going to strengthen background checks.”
    The guns allowed in schools for defense will
    be “held by the right people, by highly trained
    “You are going to see school shootings end,
    they’re not going to happen anymore.”
    Really, fedgov and the State has the power to control physical reality?
    What the fuck?!

    President Trump Remarks at Conservative Political Action Conference:

  7. Not surprising; it seemed far-fetched, but not impossible.

    That it was so easy to give it credence should be a wake-up call to the NRAtards as to how gutless they’ve become.

  8. With that, I am well satisfied that the original info on 4ch was incorrect. The issue is done and buried.

  9. Codrea wears sandals?

  10. Rick Scott jumped the Rubicon, fully
    dragging his nut sack across the stupudly
    agape mouths of boomer cucks.
    <21 + citizen of Florida = no guns of
    any variety for you.

    • “…exceptions will be created for active duty and reserve military and spouses, National Guard members and law enforcement…”

      Of course.

      • If that’s true, so fucking what!
        “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.”

  11. If it didn’t start out as such, the NRA has become in politics what is called “Controlled Opposition”, serving the same people they profess to ‘Oppose’. The NRA Never Has, and NEVER WILL recognize that the words “…Shall Not be Infringed” in the Second Amendment means that per Constitutional Law ANY AND ALL ‘GUN CONTROL LAWS’ ARE NON-CONSTITUTIONAL.
    If You can’t wrap Your Mind around that one simple Principle, You cannot be serious about ‘defending gun rights’ or other such bullshit, as you are just Playing Into the commie/bolshevik/libtard/leftist Program of Incremental Erosion of your Rights.

  12. JohnnyParatrooper

    My ACOG and my M4gery is pretty amazing, But a belt fed weapon would be better

  13. may the Great SMOD cure Fusa’s ills…

  14. While the Right (conservatives/libertarians/etc.) are calling for government intervention against tech companies like F*c*book, Google, Amazon, etc., the National Rifle Association just awarded the Charlton Heston Courage Under Fire Award to Ajit Pai, chairman of the FCC, for giving internet service providers (ISPs) more power to censor sites like this one.

    Ajit Pai, as you probably already know, saved the Internet,” American Conservative Union (ACU) Executive Director Dan Schneider told the audience. The ACU is the host of CPAC; Schneider made a few more remarks praising Pai before handing the award presentation over to NRA board member Carolyn Meadows.

    Pai “fought to preserve your free speech rights” as a member of the FCC’s Republican minority during the Obama administration, Schneider said. Pai “fought and won against all odds, but the Obama administration had some curveballs and they implemented these regulations to take over the Internet.”

    And yet without Net Neutrality, the NRA could legally be silenced by ISPs who want nothing to do with the organization. Irony.

    To say that Ajit Pai is not well liked among the tech community would be an understatement. Giving Pai a “Courage Under Fire” award would have been a dumb thing to do in the best of times. But this was incredibly moronic given (1) that Pai didn’t actually do anything to advance the cause of gun-owner rights, and (2) it is now impossible to defend the NRA (not as though they’ve been covering themselves in glory lately. It was just another mind-bogglingly stupid unforced error on the part of the NRA at a time when they should be spending their time and money on defending the rights of gun owners.

    I realize that there was probably a collective orgasm among the readership here when Pai repealed the internet network neutrality rules put in his predecessor, because if there’s one thing that conservatives and libertarians love more than freedom, it’s corporate power and oligarchy.

    If Wayne LaPierre — or any other representative of the NRA — had any brains and guts, they would appear on their usual TV talk shows in Washington DC and hold up a 30-round AR magazine while doing so.

    Yes, there is a risk of getting arrested for violating the district’s ban. But he could — and should — invoke the David Gregory defense.

    Instead, we’re told that “We need guns to fight oppressive tyrannical government . . . but we’re not going to commit any act of civil disobedience that subjects us to the possibility of being arrested”. Unlike most of us, Wayne can afford the best legal representation possible. And the Washington DC prosecutor’s office is already on the record as stating that “a prosecution would not promote public safety in the District of Columbia nor serve the best interests of the people of the District to whom this office owes its trust“.

    Should the powers that be actually decide to pursue charges against Wayne for doing what David Gregory did five years ago, the worst that could happen is “Under D.C. Code Section 7-2507.06 [the magazine ban], any person convicted of a violation of this Subsection may be imprisoned for not more than one year, fined not more than $1,000.”

    I recall something about the Founding Fathers — who, like Wayne LaPierre, were wealthy — committing capital treason and making a “pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our Sacred Honor”. If Wayne isn’t willing to risk small but not-zero possibility of a $1,000 fine and/or up to one year in jail in his so-called fight for freedom, to demonstrate the pointlessness of certain gun-owner control laws, what is he willing to risk? And what forms of civil disobedience should gun owners be engaging in?

    Or are we just going to sit back and let our enemies write the narrative for us to follow, while our fearless leader Wayne “Brave Sir Robin” LaPierre collects his $1 million a year paycheck?