‘Kill The NRA’ — Vandalized Billboard Sends Sick Message To Second Amendment Supporters

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A vandal painted “Kill the NRA” on a billboard in Louisville, Kentucky, sending a menacing message to gun owners everywhere.

The owners of the billboard, Outfront Media, said that the anti-NRA message was indeed vandalism and wasn’t part of any ad, Wave3 News reports.

The billboard was also reportedly vandalized to say, “Resist 45.”

Many gun control proponents have embraced increasingly unhinged rhetoric in the wake of the mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida. (RELATED: ‘The NRA Is Too Powerful’ — Megyn Kelly Delivers Pro-Gun Control Sermon)

MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough implied on air that the NRA has inspired domestic terrorism. (RELATED: Morning Joe Implies The NRA Inspires Domestic Terrorist Attacks)

“As Kurt Anderson said, a turning point was in ‘94 with their jack-booted thugs attacks accusing our law enforcement officers of being like Nazis and black storm troopers, saying they wanted to kick down doors and kill Americans, seize their property. Again, just an out and out attack on America’s law enforcement officer,” he said.

“And of course, a few days after that vicious attack against our law enforcement officers we had Oklahoma City, the worst domestic terrorist attack ever. You have seen these NRA ads that they’re running now, which just comes close–pretty close to inciting violence.”

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