Connecticut Dem Gov Dan Malloy Calls Gun-Rights Group a "Terrorist Organization"

The Second Amendment comes under attack...again.

Connecticut Democrat Governor Dan Malloy recently doubled down on his rhetoric that the National Rifle Association is a "terrorist organization." Appearing on MSNBC on Sunday, March 11, Gov. Malloy reiterated that "they act like a terrorist organization." 

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That interview comes just 5 days after Gov. Malloy initially targeted the NRA in a press conference: 

"The NRA does not want terrorists or dangerous people to have firearms, any suggestion otherwise is offensive and wrong," NRA spokesperson Jennifer Baker told the Washington Free Beacon."It is a fact that there are law-abiding Americans who are wrongly on these secret government lists and like the ACLU we believe they should be afforded their constitutional right to due process."

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