Well, isn't that nice?
Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo got more than he bargained for when he ended up in a head-to-head Twitter battle with spitfire NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch after relentlessly trolling the gun rights advocacy group and publically expressing his dedication to disarming American citizens.
Liberals have such a funny way of protesting. They love to make a lot of noise, a lot of big spectacle, and a lot of angry comments, and often violence. But when they're held accountable for criminal acts, they always seem surprised.
We've already heard that the NRA has been experiencing record membership and fundraising numbers for the last two months, but now, FBI background check requests are indicating record-high gun sales for April as well.
I'm no business expert, but it seems to me that if you want to run a successful and profitable sporting goods store, it is probably a good rule of thumb to not only alienate your client base, but your major suppliers as well.
It has been said over and over again: the Broward County Sheriff's Office completely failed to respond to the very clear threat that Nikolas Cruz posed to his community. And yet the gun-grabbers still want to blame the NRA.