Biggest fundraising month in 15 years for the NRA

Tuesday, April 24, 2018
By Paul Martin
24 Apr, 2018

The National Rifle Association’s political wing saw its biggest fundraising month in 15 years this March, as the national debate around gun control rages on.

According to Federal Election Commission filings, the NRA’s Political Victory Fund raised $2.4 million in March, the largest haul for the gun-rights group since June 2003. Many of the donations were under $250, and came from retirees.

Before March’s record haul, donations to the NRA had tripled in February, in the aftermath of the Parkland high-school shooting. The NRA received almost $800,000 in donations in February, compared to almost $250,000 in January.

The Parkland shooting prompted survivors to organize the ‘March for Our Lives’ movement, which saw 500,000 protesters descend on Washington DC calling for stricter gun-control laws.

The movement was joined by several prominent businesses and financial institutions. Bank of America announced this month that it would stop lending to companies that manufacture ‘assault-style’ weapons. Dick’s Sporting Goods and Walmart – two of the nation’s leading gun sellers – said they would raise the minimum age of purchase to 21 and stop selling ‘assault-style’ weapons.

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2 Responses to “Biggest fundraising month in 15 years for the NRA”

  1. old nam vet

    Thank Yo Mr Hogg…

  2. Manny

    O.K. GUYS, this should speak volumes for what that little turd hog is doing. America is tired of this crap calling out the gun owners as the problem. While the village idiot (the black one) was in office every time it challenged the peoples right to own and bare arms, gun sales went thru the roof. Let’s hear it for America and our President Donald Trump. Let’s hear a prayer each and every night before you sleep for the Trump white house and especially our world class first lady. Thanks to taking the flak and standing tall. God bless America.


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