The NRA right wing online propaganda machine, NRA TV, shut down today. The stations problems stemmed from disputes between the NRA and the vendor, Ackerman McQueen, that ran the station. This is great news for those who dislike the NRA and their attempts at influencing the political landscape with half-truth political diatribe.
Also, the NRA completed severed relations with Ackerman McQueen and cut ties with Chris Cox, the man in charge of all political and lobbying efforts by the NRA. All this in an attempt to steer the ship through their current financial troubles.
From the New York Times
The resignation of Mr. Cox, the gun group’s top lobbyist and the architect of its legislative strategy, was communicated to the N.R.A.’s board and employees on Wednesday. The news comes days after a court filing by the N.R.A. implicated him in a failed plot to oust Wayne LaPierre, the organization’s chief executive, an allegation Mr. Cox has disputed. Last week, The New York Times reported that the N.R.A. had suspended Mr. Cox.