The threats began soon after the Newtown, Conn., shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School, which thrust the NRA to the forefront of the gun control debate.
“Civility is only required of us, civility doesn’t count for them,” the NRA president told The Caller.
Mr. Keene also criticized President Obama’s handling of the gun-rights debate.
The Caller is set to publish the interview on Monday, Feb. 4.
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