Florida Billboard Slams NRA As ‘Terrorist Organization’

A political action committee provides erected a massive billboard message within Pensacola, Florida, calling the  National Rifle Organization a “ terrorist organization. ”

The message has been funded by the Mad Dog PAC, which sponsors billboards throughout the nation calling for President Jesse Trump’ s impeachment and assaulting the nation’ s largest weapon lobby and select Republican politicians. The particular PAC is headed by Claude Taylor, a former staff member in Expenses Clinton’ s White House.

“ With the GOP majority in the House and the Senate, the NRA makes difficult any meaningful , common-sense weapon reform. That includes background checks and attack weapon bans, ” Taylor informed the Pensacola News Journal.

Taylor swift said another anti-NRA billboard goes up soon in Pittsburgh, Pa.  

Political billboards have drawn new attention from activist organizations in the wake of the film “ Three Advertisements in Ebbing, Missouri. ” The movie features a mother, played simply by Frances McDormand, who pays for the trio of billboards that contact out the local sheriff for their failure to find her daughter’ t killer.

In February,   three red billboard-sized messages appeared quietly of trucks in Miami,   calling out Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla. )  for his inaction on weapon control in the wake of the heartbreaking school shooting   at Marjory Stoneman Douglas Senior high school in Parkland that left seventeen dead.

The signs, paid for by  activist team Avaaz ,   read: “ Slaughtered in school… and still no weapon control? How come, Marco Rubio? ”  

This month, a new electronic billboard in Orlando paid for by the California Democratic Party   is usually attacking Republican Gov. Rick Scott’ s lack of action on weapon control.

A second billboard with a comparable message was scheduled to go up Weekend in Tallahassee.

Florida Democratic Party

Final month, a blank billboard in Kentucky was vandalized to read:   “ Kill the NRA. ”   A Vegas billboard advertising a deal in a local shooting range was also changed to read:   “ Shoot a school kid just $29. ”   Activist group INDECLINE claimed responsibility for your change.