This morning, NRATV’s Grant Stinchfield shared a passionate call to arms ahead of this week’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). Stinchfield, along with NRATV’s Dana Loesch, Bill Whittle and Cam Edwards, will be reporting live from the event floor starting Thursday morning.
It’s all leading up to an exciting speech by NRA’s Wayne LaPierre on Friday.
“Wayne has made it clear that the time is now, more than ever, to get behind President Trump,” Stinchfield said. “The opposition, from New York to Hollywood, is already conspiring against us.”
He calls out actress Ashley Judd’s passion and anger at the recent Women’s March on Washington. Though her point was out of line, Stinchfield said, he urges NRA members to channel that same passion and anger while at CPAC, at the country’s capital and at individual state houses across the nation.
Stinchfield goes on to urge the public to take advantage of this moment in history, wholeheartedly going on the offensive and pushing legislation that will help freedom-loving Americans from coast to coast.
“The reason we have to go on the offensive is because of people like Ashley Judd and Hillary Clinton and Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi,” Stinchfield said. “They may have lost a battle when it comes to the presidency of the United States, but I promise you, they don’t believe this war is over.
“If we don’t take advantage now, then we give up a tremendous opportunity to push not just gun rights, but push rights about freedom and liberty and push back against tyranny like this country has never seen before,” he said.
“Stinchfield” airs live on NRATV weekdays at the top of the hour from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET.