GOA Speaks Out on Las Vegas Shooting

"Given the spinelessness of so many of the Republican caucus, the best thing would be to get the leadership not to let it come up," Larry Pratt, co-founder and executive director emeritus of the Gun Owners of America, said.  “If it comes to a vote, they are going to be held accountable."


GOA Speaks Out on Las Vegas Shooting

The National Rifle Association has gone dark, but other gun-rights groups say they're keeping close tabs on Republicans to make sure that any new legislation doesn't see the light of day after the shooting massacre in Las Vegas.

"Given the spinelessness of so many of the Republican caucus, the best thing would be to get the leadership not to let it come up," Larry Pratt, co-founder and executive director emeritus of the Gun Owners of America, said in an interview with NBC. "If it comes to a vote, they are going to be held accountable." …

Pratt, of the Gun Owners of America, said there's no compromise to be had on the "bump stocks" bill or any other legislation because he doesn't trust where that leads.

"I don’t think we should listen to people who are not interested in safe gun-handling," Pratt said of gun-control proponents. "They’re interested in banning guns. We’re not going to go there. We’re not going to give them an inch. They will not stop. Their appetite is total."

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