Get Smart—Get The NRA-ILA App

posted on August 19, 2016
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Think you know everything you need to know and are doing everything you need to do to ensure a victory for freedom in this November’s elections? Well if you don’t have the NRA-ILA app, you don’t have all the important information you need right at your fingertips. 

The official NRA-ILA app gives gun rights supporters every tool they need to win this critical fight for our right to keep and bear arms. Developed with ILA’s activist, volunteer and grassroots army in mind, this one-stop shop allows anyone with a smartphone to join the frontlines of the fight to defend the Second Amendment.

Over the course of the next few weeks and months, app users will be able to earn action points to unlock badges and climb the leaderboard. They’ll be able to chat with like-minded activists from around the country. They’ll be able to share user-generated content, and engage with NRA images, videos and stories. They’ll be able to stay up to date on events in their area. They’ll be able to contact their lawmakers right from their phones and tablets.

In short, they’ll be able to stand and fight for the Second Amendment like never before.The official NRA-ILA app gives gun rights supporters every tool they need to win this critical fight for our right to keep and bear arms.

And that’s extremely important at this point in history. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is perhaps the most vocally anti-gun candidate in our nation’s history, and we must do everything we can to keep her from using the presidency to dismantle our freedoms.

While the so-called “mainstream” media tries to cover up her disdain for the Second Amendment, there’s no doubting that Clinton said the Supreme Court was “wrong” on the Heller decision, which simply ruled that Americans have a right to own a gun in their home for self-defense. And more recently, on ABC’s “This Week” in June, she twice refused to answer the question from George Stephanopoulos: “Do you believe that an individual’s right to bear arms is a constitutional right—that it’s not linked to service in a militia?” When pushed, she finally said: “If it is a constitutional right, then it, like every other constitutional right, is subject to reasonable regulations.” 

With such statements from someone who seeks to be the next resident of the White House, getting involved and getting informed are more important than ever. 

Which brings us back to the ILA App, your one-stop shop for all things Election 2016. Download the NRA-ILA app by clicking here.



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