Some bad news coming from the NRA this weekend. Grover Norquist was not recalled, and it was -- that's a little shocking to me, but then again, you know, we've been shocked [several times]. But he was not recalled from the board of the NRA, and remains on the board of directors of the NRA.
Now, the question is what do you do about it? I just don't think you can weaken the NRA from the inside even more. I just don't think you can.
The people have spoken, so it was the people, it wasn't the board members or the NRA presidency or anything else. They did the right thing. They brought it to the people, and the people say 'no, it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter to us.'
Which leads me into this place of, what are you doing, unplug from everything? Because the people are saying a lot of things don't matter I remember. Do you just unplug or stay in and pitch? I don't think we can unplug. I think that is a really bad idea to unplug.
I thought we were in the majority of things. We're not. They surround us. It has changed. They surround us. We better pool our resources and stay together, stick together, and do our best to duke it out. Whew! You got to hold the line, and good for the NRA for doing the right thing and saying, 'You vote! You decide!' And the membership of the NRA did decide.
Grover Norquist, a guy I believe is an operative for the Muslim brotherhood, remains on the board.
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Featured Image: Founder and president of Americans for Tax Reform Grover Norquist participates in a discussion during the 42nd annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) February 26, 2015 in National Harbor, Maryland. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)