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17 reactions to the New York attorney general suing to dissolve the NRA.

17 reactions to the New York attorney general suing to dissolve the NRA.

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The National Rifle Association is in trouble, and it's not for taunting teen school shooting survivors or bribing polliticians not to respond to said school shootings.

New York attorney general Letitia James has filed a lawsuit seeking to dissolve the NRA, alleging that the ostensible gun-rights nonprofit has simply been used to fund its executives' lavish lifestyles.

The lawsuit has nothing to do with the Second Amendment but everything to do with embezzlement, accusing the NRA and its execs of "'violating numerous state and federal laws' by enriching themselves, as well as their friends, families and allies, and taking improper actions that cost the organization $64 million over three years."

NRA opponents are rejoicing at this legal nightmare for the powerful organization, but rather than being glad that New York state is trying to hold grifters accountable, NRA members are defending it and its longtime chief executive Wayne LaPierre.

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