NRA Rapidly Losing Members And Money As Gun Sales Drop

NRA Rapidly Losing Members And Money As Gun Sales Drop

The NRA is losing membership fees, and it’s running up huge deficits as a result. These grim findings, based on an audit obtained by OpenSecrets, raise doubts about the long-term prospects of the radical gun lobbying group.

“The document offers the first look at the NRA’s finances in the wake of the 2016 elections,” OpenSecrets reports. “It shows that for the last two years, the NRA saw plummeting income from dues-paying members, and that has, in turn, fueled growing deficits.”

Specifically, the NRA ran up a $14 million deficit in 2016, which then ballooned to $31 million in 2017. That’s a stunning reversal from 2015, when the NRA posted $27 million in positive assets.

via National Memo NRA Rapidly Losing Members And Money As Gun Sales Drop

2 thoughts on “NRA Rapidly Losing Members And Money As Gun Sales Drop”

    1. Since Russia ‘contributed’ MILLIONS to the NRA before the 2016 election, how much control does Russia have over the NRA and it’s ‘talking points’? How much political influence does the NRA have over politicians, because it contributes MILLIONS to politicians in order to buy their ‘ownership’ by the NRA?

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