The New York Daily News reports:
NRA leader Wayne LaPierre says he faced an unprecedented “security threat” in the wake of bloody rampages at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut and a Parkland, Fla., high school — and had to seek refuge aboard his Hollywood producer pal’s 108-foot yacht.
In a chutzpah-rich deposition, the politically powerful gun-rights advocate said the fancy vessel christened “Illusions” was one of the few places he felt safe from the national outrage that erupted after the slaughter of innocent children with military-grade firearms.
The deposition emerged Monday on the first day of a closely watched hearing over the NRA’s decision to file for bankruptcy in Texas to avoid a lawsuit brought by New York State Attorney General Letitia James.
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“Thank God I’m safe” says @NRA millionaire CEO from a yacht while those of us back on terra firma try to survive the fallout of his deadly, decades-long effort to weaken gun laws.🖕 https://t.co/htJSdOptS4
— Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) April 5, 2021