Wounded Warrior Program – CEO Confirms Group is ANTI Gun

Tom Gresham of Gun Talk Radio details the recent revelation that the Wounded Warrior project–a frequent recipient of donations from the firearms industry–is, in fact, anti-gun.

From Gresham:

Does the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) have a bias against guns and gun makers?

West Hanover Fire Company is holding a fund raiser for the WWProgram On Saturday… Please spread the word to boycott the event, there are many other great organizations like LEEK Hunting and Mountain Preserve that could use that money for pro 2nd Amendment Activites.

Two weeks ago that would have sounded crazy, but this week many shooters are convinced that it’s true. Hundreds of hunts and shoots are held as fundraisers for the WWP, and gun companies donate to WWP for its projects. How could it be that this $185 million (2013 projected revenue) outfit could be anti-gun?

It started with a simple invitation — I wanted someone from the Wounded Warrior Project to join me for the Veteran’s Day episode of my national radio show, Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk. I had no idea it would turn into a national dustup which now has the gun rights community in a turmoil — so much so that people are burning their Wounded Warrior Project shirts.

We were disappointed when the Leslie Coleman, PR director for WWP, said they couldn’t come on the show, but that happens. Schedules don’t mesh, things happen, but that’s not uncommon. No big deal. Except that Ms. Coleman said they were declining because we “are related to firearms.”

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West Hanover Fire Company is holding a fund raiser for the WWProgram On Saturday…  Please spread the word to boycott the event, there are many other great organizations like LEEK Hunting and Mountain Preserve that could use that money for pro 2nd Amendment Activites.  You can email the fire company to voice your displeasure at WHTFC@westhanoverfire.com as well.

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