New York Attorney General Tish James Is Gunning for the NRA and She Just Got Her 1st Kill

New York Attorney General Tish James Is Gunning for the NRA and She Just Got Her 1st Kill

Photo: Drew Angerer (Getty Images) A federal judge dismissed the National Rifle Association’s bankruptcy case Tuesday, noting that it wasn’t filed in good faith as the gun rights group and the backbone of America’s violent history only filed the suit because they were afraid of Tish James. Born Letitia James, the New York attorney general did not come here to play with the NRA or their little friends. See, the bankruptcy case was only filed after James accused the all-white gun enthusiasts of using the NRA’s funds as their own personal GoFundMe. The NRA declared bankruptcy in January, just five months after James’ office was looking to bust that shit up. James’ gang was looking into claims that executives for the NRA “illegally diverted tens of millions of dollars for lavish personal trips, no-show contracts and other questionable expenditures.” The judge was tasked with deciding whether the NRA should be allowed to incorporate in Texas instead of New York, where the state is suing in an effort to disband the group. Though headquartered in Virginia, the NRA was chartered as a nonprofit in New York in 1871 and is incorporated in the state. Judge Harlin Hale said in a written order that he was dismissing the case because he found the bankruptcy was not filed in good faith. “The Court believes the NRA’s purpose in filing bankruptcy is less like a traditional bankruptcy case in which a debtor is faced with financial difficulties or a judgment that it cannot […]

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