Press Group to NRA: ‘It is Un-American to Threaten Journalists’

A trade group that represents The New York Times, the Associated Press and other major publishers is calling out the NRA, accusing the gun rights group of crossing a line and threatening journalists.

“We were taken aback by your recent criticism of The New York Times,” the group Digital Content Next wrote in a letter to NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch on Tuesday.

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2 thoughts on “Press Group to NRA: ‘It is Un-American to Threaten Journalists’

  • September 6, 2017 at 12:14 pm

    first, dear press group: it is unconstitutional to demand that carrying guns be made illegal … and secondly, criticizing you is perfectly legal … if YOU have a problem with that, congratulations, YOU have a problem … nobody else does …

  • September 7, 2017 at 9:48 am

    That did not sound like a threat against journalists . . . it sounded like a promise to news organizations that they will now fact check the fact checkers — journalists. And, I say that as a member of the press. Just goes to show how thin-skinned the press as really gotten. Makes me sad.


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