(PNS reporting from COMPTON) Minority gun owners tired of the “racist white agenda” of the National Rifle Association have launched the National Gun Association (NGA) to lobby for the rights of Latino and African-American gun owners.
NGA, straight out of the Los Angeles suburb of Compton, believes the NRA’s defense of mass shootings, which are mostly perpetrated by white male Christians, harms the real agenda of supporting gun ownership for personal and business self defense.
NGA president Cole Fotyfife, just back from President Bronco Bama’s inauguration (photo), said the campaign will focus on the message “Guns don’t kill people, crazy white people kill people.”
The outreach effort, unveiled at a press conference this morning, features controversial movie director Quentin Tarantino as its national spokesperson.
Tarantino, heavily-criticised for his portrayal of African-American gun owners in the 1800s, says he is proud to be a spokesperson for the NGA.
“When they first called me, I was like ‘NGA, please!’” said Tarantino, a crazy white person. “I plan to go all over the country and be all ‘NGA this’ and ‘NGA that.’ I just love saying ‘NGA.’”
NGA president Fotyfife told PNS the NRA’s attitude does not represent America’s normal gun owners and instead protects the interests of white, extremist, paramilitary and supremacist groups who prefer assault weapons and killing innocent people.
“While the NRA goes out on a limb to defend some loco crazyman who shoots up a shopping mall, they do nothing to advocate for midnight specials, sawed offs, zip guns and other firearms preferred by minority business owners and entrepreneurs,” said Fotyfife. “They might as well be called the National Racists Association.”
Fotyfife maintained that the NRA is abusing the Second Amendment in its defense of mass shootings and assault weapons:
My neighborhood has what you could call a well-regulated militia, but you don’t see the NRA lobbying for us.
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