Wayne LaPierre: “How to Stop Violent Crime”

posted on October 27, 2015

NRA Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer Wayne LaPierre appears in the first of a series of commentaries on NRA News that address today’s timely issues and tells the truths you won’t hear from mainstream media. 

In this initial video, he talks about the need to take violent criminals off the street. He says the best way to save lives is to prosecute offenders under the current gun laws and make sure they don’t get to their next crime scene. 

LaPierre also calls out Obama, Hillary Clinton and other politicians who wait for a crime that fits their agenda, then use it to campaign for more gun laws that they don’t enforce.

The NRA leader says Americans have no tolerance for a media that devotes endless time to new gun laws, but won’t ever ask why we don’t enforce existing laws. As he notes, “no organization has been louder, clearer or more consistent on the urgent need to enforce the federal gun laws than the NRA.” 

To watch this Wayne LaPierre commentary, click here.

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