NRA Accuses Companies of ‘Cowardice’ after Severing Ties under Threat of Boycott

The National Rifle Association has swung back at companies severing their partnerships with the gun-rights advocacy group under threat of boycott, accusing them of “political and civil cowardice.”

In a Saturday statement, the NRA said its five million members would not be deterred after a string of businesses, including Symantec, MetLife, Hertz, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, TrueCar, and airlines Delta and United, announced they will no longer offer discounts for NRA members as the boycott campaign gained steam after the Parkland school shooting.

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6 Thoughts to “NRA Accuses Companies of ‘Cowardice’ after Severing Ties under Threat of Boycott”

  1. National Rifle Association

    We are informing our members that we will no longer support Hertz or Enterprise for the fact that automobiles kill more people than guns.

  2. United Airlines

    We will be distancing ourselves from the NRA in response to recent shootings. However, we will continue to serve liquor on our flights even though alcohol kills 88,000 people annually in the U.S.

  3. Randall

    I just upped my contribution to the NRA

  4. Stuart I. Anderson

    My only regret is that I don’t patronize any of the corporations that so far have shown their sensitivity to the desires of the left in this country. If I did I would ostentatiously inform them that they will no longer have my business due to their virtue signaling whether or not I was a member of the NRA or, for that matter, owned a gun.

  5. Kevin

    The interesting part of “free enterprise” is that due to competition in the marketplace, those NRA members can choose other providers of those services. Unlike those dead kids in Florida, they were stuck with one failed system provided by a failed government that has no competition, making them better!

    I’m waiting for one brave State government to see the light and end gun free zones, implement an armed staff approach and restart the free enterorise “laboratory of democracy” our Founding Fathers intended!

  6. 83ragtop50

    I did not join the NRA for the token discounts. I joined because I believe in the Constitutional right to bear arms.