NRA, gun lobbyists preparing ‘Gala For Our Guns’ to counter #NeverAgain pro-gun control movement
Fairfax, Virginia — The National Rifle Association and gun lobbyists across the United States are preparing a massive gala event in an effort to counter the momentum of the swelling anti-gun movement in the country.
NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch, 39, made the announcement as tens of millions of people took to the streets all over the world in solidarity with the “March For Our Lives” which took over Washington, D.C. Saturday.
Calling the NRA event the “Gala For Our Guns,” Loesch promised it would be “bigger, more massive and would totally dwarf” the movement started by the teen survivors of the deadly shooting rampage at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida last month.
“The NRA is sick and tired of being bullied by these kids who know nothing about guns. Enough is enough. We will show them exactly what we’re made of with this enormous gala,” said Loesch.
The “Gala For Our Guns” is slated to occur sometime in the summer.
Loesch said while they are still scouting for the best place to hold the “Gala For Our Guns,” it will most definitely be somewhere in Virginia, the home state of the NRA.
“Washington, D.C. was initially suggested, but we all agreed you don’t want to wander too far from home. It’s best to stick to the places you know best when it comes to these things,” said Loesch.
Tickets to the “Gala For Our Guns” will be available only to NRA members, gun lobbyists and NRA sympathizers like Florida Senator Marco Rubio. Ticket prices range from the basic entry fee of $10,000 which includes a meal catered by Chick-Fil-A and two free drinks, to the “VIP entry” fee of $75,000 which includes the Chick-Fil-A meal, four free drinks, and a chance to take a selfie with both NRA president Pete Brownell and executive vice-president Wayne LaPierre.
“Get ready to shake in your boots, liberals and anyone who supports these kids who are getting shot at their schools. The Gala For Our Guns will shut all of you down,” said Loesch.