Controversy Rocks the NRA and Day Two in Indy
April 27, 2019
An arrest was made following a cell phone being thrown on stage as President Trump prepared to address the NRA Annual Meetings and Lt. Col. Oliver North was ousted as the NRA President.
As the second morning of the 2019 National Rifle Association Annual Meeting opened at the Indiana Convention Center, huge crowds were already roaming the floor on what is expected to be a big day for the group’s 148th annual meeting.
Already the news is big from the NRAAM with word of an arrest yesterday following a speech by President Donald J. Trump. That was followed up by a claim of extortion and a surprise ouster as Friday night turned into Saturday morning.
With as many as 80,000+ expected to fill the Indiana Convention Center this weekend to see the more than 800 exhibitors on hand, the wild times in Indy were a big topic of conversation among many.
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