WA state commissioner: Having NRA carry insurance means you commit gun crimes

WA state commissioner: Having NRA carry insurance means you commit gun crimes
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[Ed. – What does he think about other insurance? That if you have car insurance that means you deliberately go around wrecking vehicles and running into people?]

Washington State Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler on Tuesday announced a ban “on the sale of illegal insurance policies branded by the National Rifle Association (NRA),” clearly referencing NRA’s Guard Guard Insurance. According to Kreidler, the insurance policies are illegal because “they insure unlawful activity.”

“When it comes to insurance products associated with the NRA, it’s buyer beware,” Kreidler said. “The attempt to insure a criminal act is a rip-off for consumers. The policies sold are deceptive and dishonest. I would be remiss as the state’s insurance regulator if I didn’t shut them down.”


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In [Kriedler’s] eyes … It’s automatically assumed that the carrier must have committed some sort of wrong doing because he or she fired their weapon.

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