In his first media appearance since the Friday press conference that drew outrage from gun control advocates, National Rifle Association vice president Wayne LaPierre once again made it clear Sunday on Meet The Press that the NRA is not going to change its hardline stance on gun regulations after the Newtown, Conn. shooting.
Not only did LaPeirre say there was no chance new gun control will pass in Congress, he made it clear he’s unfazed by the critics who attacked his press conference.
“If it’s crazy to call for putting police and armed security in our schools to protect our children, then call me crazy,” LaPierre said.
Lots of people were noticing this on Twitter while NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre appeared on "Meet The Press" this morning and defended the organization's response to the Sandy Hook shooting:
Somebody should tell this NRA guy on Meet the Press about the froth and spittle on his mouth.
Tony Horwitz @TonyHorwitz
Watching NRA's Wayne LaPierre on Meet the Press, there's actual froth coming out the corners of his mouth
Swamp Donkey @sw0mp_d0nk3y
This NRA guy is so nuts, he's got white froth oozing out of the side of his mouth! #MeetThePress
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