THE National Rifle Association (NRA) has shared a Mother’s Day message with an image of a mom and daughter both wielding guns.
The snap is labeled up with the words “mama didn’t raise no victim” as the gun rights groups dubbed its members “fierce women”.
The gun rights advocacy group has around five million members across the US[/caption]
A message on Twitter said: “Happy Mother’s Day to all NRA moms!
“On top of the millions of other jobs moms have, NRA moms fight for our right to self-defense, while also defending themselves, their families, and communities.
“We are forever grateful for these fierce women.”
The NRA is the predominant gun rights group in the United States, and in recent years has played a leading role in blocking attempts to introduce stricter controls on gun ownership.
The group says it has a total of five million members, with around 400,000 of them in Texas.
Back in January, the NRA announced that it was filing for bankruptcy and relocating from New York to Texas.
They said in a statement that the move was part of a “restructuring plan” and that it would “continue as it always has”.
The NRA filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, which allows entities to continue operating while working on a plan to repay creditors.
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A petition listed assets and liabilities of as much as $500 million each.
The group also endorsed Donald Trump’s run for the reelected as President, saying he will “never let the Radical Left take away your Rights, your Guns, or your Police!”
They said Trump had “done more than any president to protect the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.”