Unfortunately, the person that could have best done that was Chris Cox and we know that he was part of the opposition.flechero wrote: ↑Sun Nov 03, 2019 1:04 pmI see you point but if he stepped back now, he'd look guilty of everything he's been accused of and the reputation of the NRA is drug further down in the mud. At a minimum he needs to air the truth and then he could bow out gracefully, if needed. But until the corrupt folks are outed and dealt with, he needs to be there.
I say spill all the beans, and do so fast! The drip drip drip needs to be turned into an opening of the floodgates, IMO.
The one person I have trusted beyond all others reporting is Tom Gresham, whom I listen to every Sunday, on Gun Talk Radio except during football season and Cowboy's games taking our local stations time slot. He was very cautious, at first, about being pro or con concerning Mr LaPierre's conduct, but finally stated that LaPierre needs to go.
But, there is a history there as well, where years ago, TG resigned from the board but has stayed on as a member of the NRA and continues to support the idea that more than ever, we need to support the NRA.
I wouldn't put it passed anyone with any ties to the demo-commie party to blacken the image of the NRA whenever possible. There may even be some republicans who may find themselves without NRA support in 2020. Hopefully, John Cornyn, will not be endorsed. Since he apparently has no challenger from within the party, that outcome could be worse if he were defeated by a demo-commie. As far as a quick response, we are only a year away from the election and it's apparent that the Texas Republican Party has made no move to push any other candidate from within the party to oppose Cornyn.
The one person I would personally like to see step forward is now listed as a Texan as far as board members go, and that's Ted Nugent.
Nonetheless, thank you Mr. Chas, for bring the NYTimes article to light here. Like the Russia/Ukraine investigation, it appears that the demo-commies want to see this drag on until the first Tuesday, November 2020.