Steve Bullock: NRA Is ‘Nothing More than a Dark Money Field Organization that Divides Us Apart’

‘When I was growing up in Montana, the NRA was a gun safety hunting and shooting organization’

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BULLOCK: “You know, when I was growing up in Montana, the NRA was a gun safety hunting and shooting organization. Now it’s nothing more than a dark money field organization that divides us apart and uses this as a wedge. And at the end of the day, you know, when the president came out right after El Paso and even said we should have universal background checks or at least introduce that, let’s actually start talking to the kids and the gun owners and folks all across this country who say, you know, about 22 percent of guns are transferred outside of the check system, we ought to be able to certainly close that loophole for sure."

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