From the pro-gun site The Reload:
The National Rifle Association keeps shrinking. Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre told attendees at the gun-rights group’s most recent board meeting that the organization is down to 4.3 million members, according to multiple sources.
That represents a downturn of more than a million members since allegations of financial impropriety were leveled against LaPierre and other members of NRA leadership in 2019. The NRA is now smaller than it has been since 2012.
The drop in membership has driven a stark decline in the NRA’s revenue. A $37.4 million, or 32 percent, shortfall in membership dues was behind the revenue collapse.
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The NRA is now the smallest it’s been since 2012. Membership revenue came in $37.4 million under budget which drove an $11 million overall shortfall after the group used a $23 million line of credit to cover costs. https://t.co/Qg3ShY9W3E
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