NRA Speaks Out After Newtown Shootings
Following the Newtown shootings, the National Rifle Association broke its silence and attacked critics calling for tighter gun laws. NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre blamed mass shootings on violent video games and movies and called for armed guards to patrol schools.
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