Greg Abbott, Ted Cruz, Dan Crenshaw Are Scheduled to Speak at NRA Event This Weekend

Although the organization is much less powerful than it was five years ago, the NRA still occupies an important place in American politics. Republicans regularly brag about the scores they get from the gun association.

AUSTIN, TX – MAY 18: Texas Governor Greg Abbott announces the reopening of many Texas businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic at a news conference at the Texas State Capitol on May 18. 2020 in Austin, Texas. Abbott says childcare facilities, daycares, certain professional sports and bars can now begin to reopen all or part of their facilities as outlined in the regulations outlined in the regulations. listed on the Open Texas website. (Photo by Lynda M. Gonzalez-Pool / Getty Images)

On Tuesday, the United States experienced an unbelievably tragic incident when 14 elementary school students and a teacher were killed in Uvalde, Texas. Incidentally, some of Texas’ most prominent Republicans are scheduled to speak at an NRA convention later this week.

Rebekah Entraigo Fernandez, from Inequality.org tweeted on Tuesday, “Greg Abbott is scheduled to speak at the NRA conference in Houston *this Friday* alongside Ted Cruz, John Cornyn, Dan Crenshaw and Trump.”

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It seems like a political suicide for any man to keep their talking engagement, none of whom are necessarily self-aware.

This is a situation that is still evolving and more to come.

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