New York state’s top law enforcement officials are moving forward with a probe into the finances for the largest Second Amendment advocacy group in the country.
The NRA, which just experienced a shakeup in its leadership ahead of its annual convention in Indianapolis, is based in New York and thus subject to the state’s regulations. Advocacy groups in the state as well as some mainstream public officials there have referred to the NRA as a terrorist organization, insulting its pro-gun stance.
It is no secret that politicians in New York want the NRA gone. The organization represents everything the far-left state is against: independence, freedom, self-reliance, and the God-given right to self-defense. Naturally, our first thought is that the NRA should just pack up and move to a more gun-friendly state, but apparently the situation is more complicated.
Could this be the end of the NRA as we know it? Some New York politicians clearly hope so, but supporters have largely remained optimistic.
One America News has the latest on the situation below.