NRA Exposed: Receiving kickbacks?

Gun Protest

Illegally selling what some call “murder insurance”

From 2000 to 2008, the NRA sold Carry Guard insurance in New York without obtain permission. This insurance was to provide protection for gunners who had legal expenses from a possibly shooting someone illegally.  New York Department of Financial Services is investigating whether the $14 million the NRA earned could be considered kickbacks for selling an illegal product in New York.

From the New York Post

The NRA, which isn’t licensed to sell or market insurance in New York, received at least $14 million in payments for helping to sell Carry Guard and other similar products from 2000 to 2008, according to the 2018 consent agreement, which it was not party to. That means the DFS could also go after them for receiving kickbacks for selling insurance, which is not allowed, sources said.