NRA executive vice president Wayne LaPierre warns that everybody needs a security plan, "because they're coming and they're going to try to kill us, and we need to be prepared." Transcript, via CBS News:
DICKERSON: Donald Trump has suggesting concealed-carry in nightclub, where people are drinking? Is that a good idea?
LAPIERRE: I don't think you should have firearms where people are drinking.
But I will tell you this. Everybody, every American starts to have -- needs to start having a security plan. We need to be able to protect ourselves, because they're coming. And they're going for vulnerable spots, and this country needs to realize it.
DICKERSON: What does that mean, have a security plan? Should everybody get an automatic or a semiautomatic, or should we lift limits against automatic weapons?
LAPIERRE: I think that we're talking about the fact law-abiding people need to be able to own firearms to protect themselves.
I think we need national carry reciprocity. I think every school needs a protection plan with a either police officer or certified armed security. And we need to look at all our vulnerabilities, and we need because to hard them, because they're coming and they're going to try to kill us, and we need to be prepared.
And this president, by diverting the attention to gun control movement, that's not going to solve the problem. They could care less.
DICKERSON: Do you think -- Donald Trump mentioned somebody going in buying all sorts of ammunition. Should the amount of ammunition somebody buys get them extra scrutiny?
LAPIERRE: I -- you know, again, you're going to an area that doesn't matter. It doesn't make a difference.
DICKERSON: Well, but he's running for the nomination, so -- and you have endorsed him, so, is he right or wrong on that?
LAPIERRE: But that's not the issue.
If we want to save lives, let's look at Chicago, OK? You got every federal gun law on the books right now. Drug dealer with a gun, 10 to 20 years. Criminal gang member with a gun, 10 to 20 years. Felon with a gun, five to 10 years.
This federal government, that attorney general, Janet (sic) Lynch, they're not enforcing any of the federal gun laws. They're letting it happen night after night after night. And they're being given cover by elite media like "The New York Times" that writes five- page story, and has one little paragraph...