NRA’s No. 2 resigns; NRA shuts down NRA-TV
Chris Cox, the former head of the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA), has resigned his position.
Last week, NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre placed Cox on leave and accused the man many believed to be his evenutal successor of having aided in a failed “coup” attempt against LaPierre by former NRA President Oliver North.
In the announcement of Cox’s departure to NRA employees, LaPierre thanked Cox “for his service to the NRA.”
This latest development follows the announcement by LaPierre that the NRA was shutting down production of its online streaming network, NRA-TV.