Young survivors from the Parkland, Florida, high school shooting are boldly taking on the NRA and any politician or corporation with ties to it.
But streaming services like Amazon and Apple continue to provide a platform for the NRA to spout its far-out conspiracy theories and radical propaganda.
It's outrageous. NRATV host Grant Stinchfield recently spotlighted former Arizona sheriff Richard Mack, who has compared Parkland high school shooting survivors pleas for sensible gun control to "rhetoric from Hitler."
The thing is, the GDPR don't just govern huge corporations like Amazon — it applies to SumOfUs as well. And though we've always worked to make sure that your information is protected, we need to make sure that we have the state-of-the-art technology and services ready to be in compliance with the GDPR.
We're calling on Amazon, Apple, and other streaming services to join the movement and stop streaming NRA-TV. Will you donate to help turn up the heat?
From spreading conspiracy theories about an unaccountable "deep state" scheming to seize all guns to smearing Black Lives Matter, NRATV is a powerful mouthpiece for an organization whose CEO claims that owning a gun is a right "granted by God."
And it's being broadcast by the streaming services of some of the biggest names in tech: Amazon, Google, and Apple.
So, while the powerful, tragic stories of Parkland students and parents are shifting some politicians to consider stronger gun control laws, and getting corporations like Delta to sever their ties, the NRA is spreading misinformation and stoking fears of a liberal takeover backed by the "social engineering" of George Soros. Seriously.
Despite their talking points, the NRA doesn't represent average Americans, or even most of its 'card-carrying' members, a majority of whom support universal background checks for gun purchases. It's high time the world’s top streaming services stop spreading the gun lobby's propaganda and lies.
That's why we're joining groups like Moms Demand Action, Everytown USA, and Gun Sense in America to demand Big Tech drop the NRA.