NRA Out of Touch on Gun Control, Says GOP Strategist
"During an appearance on CBS's This Morning on Wednesday, GOP pollster Frank Luntz starkly admitted that the National Rifle Association's (NRA) widely-panned proposal to put armed guards in public schools in the wake of the tragic shooting rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary School is out of touch with public sentiment and the American people.
As Politico reports, Luntz — who conducted a poll this past spring finding that most Americans and even NRA members back common sense gun control measures — asserted that while Americans support the Second Amendment, they are not prepared to see schools turned into police state security checkpoints."*
Most NRA members actually support common sense gun regulations, according to a recent poll. Then why does the NRA adamantly oppose most of it? Cenk Uygur breaks down which interests are at play.