The NRA Actually Has An 'Enemies List' Of People And organisations On Its Website

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The NRA Institute for Legislative Action has a published list of adversaries on its website — comprised of individuals, companies, journalists and organisations that have lent money or support to gun-control organisations.The “enemies list” was first published on Sept. 17 last year, but the liberal Daily Kos website brought it to light again today. The list contains contact and location information for many of the groups. 

The 506-member list is comprised of 27 public individuals; 37 journalists; 42 companies; 28 news media companies; 141 organisations; and 231 celebrities.

The group does not list any major political figures. 

Targeted groups include the AARP, the U.S. Catholic Conference, the Kansas City Chiefs and Royals, the St. Louis Rams, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Ben & Jerry’s, Ebony Magazine, and the YWCA. 

You can check out the full list at the NRA’s website.

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