It’s a new front in the courtroom war between the gun rights group and its longtime advertising agency, which ran the NRATV video operation.
The gun-rights streaming TV platform, infamous for many deeply controversial segments, allegedly wanted to become a full-fledged news operation.
Documents obtained by The Daily Beast show the Justice Department supports a gun restriction that Senate Republicans claim is too “political.”
The NRA continues to blast the creator of its short-lived TV outlet, claiming it strayed from Second Amendment messaging when it put cartoon characters in KKK hoods.
When the NRA visited Moscow in 2015, it wasn’t just to strengthen ties to Putin allies. A new Senate report says it was about making money, too.
It’s a sign of the increasing pressure lawmakers face to change America’s gun laws.
The gun group is currently embroiled in a messy legal battle with the ad firm behind the NRA’s controversial, now-defunct TV outlet.