Study Finds Americans Do Not Like when Companies Cut Ties to NRA

Experts in the political consumer sector have unearthed important data for companies feeling the heat from the anti-gun lobby. A research study demonstrates that Americans overwhelmingly do not favor companies that bend to anti-Second Amendment zealots who sever ties with the National Rifle Association (NRA).

In this One America News Network expose posted on YouTube, host Emily Sackett provides a detailed account of research studies gathered by political consumer experts. Assessing things such as NRA discounts, promoting the organization’s events and other related areas, the study initially appears to fall along party lines.

Anti-gun Democrats leaned toward a more favorable rating of companies that ended their affiliation with the NRA. Second Amendment advocates and Republicans gave companies that remain with the NRA favorable ratings. But as Emily Sackett digs deeper into the research, the best choice for a business may not be as simple as pro- or anti-gun.

The NRA clapped back at a Democrat attempt to force all major corporations to withhold NRA donations. Expecting the only major organization dedicated to protecting lawful gun ownership to fold, something wildly unexpected happened instead.

NRA spokespeople and everyday gun stores and clubs pointed out the wealth of benefits the NRA provides at the local level to establish things such education. In some communities, the NRA has been responsible for developing valued youth programs.

With more and more pro-NRA information hitting social media, you’ll be floored by what happens to outfits that bow to liberal pressure. Take a few minutes and find out in this One America video on YouTube. The results are stunning!

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