Freedom is best expressed through our actions, deeds and words. And so, in that spirit, I am proud to write today to address the actions we are pursuing to ensure the NRA remains vital in the fight to protect America’s first freedom.
The year 2020 will be remembered as one of many ups and downs, both for gun owners and for the country at large.
I have had the distinct honor to serve as your president during the past year. It is a responsibility that I don’t take lightly—leading the millions of men and women of the oldest civil rights organization in America.
The American people will only stand so much before they’ll get up with their backs straight and jaws set firm to defend their freedom. We saw this in 2016 when the electorate said “no” to Hillary Clinton, and therefore to the U.S. Supreme Court justices she would have nominated.
I’d like to share with you my eyewitness account of gun control in action.
We have the honor of being part of one of the oldest and most successful civil rights organizations in the world—the National Rifle Association of America.