NRA recently held its first-ever telephonic board meeting. The meeting was a “special board meeting,” to retroactively approve the failed bankruptcy lawsuit, and was held in-person in Dallas. This, the regular April-May meeting, wasn’t important enough for that, it was just NRA business, not enriching the attorneys.
Word is that the meeting was short and mostly focused on how the NRA’s attorneys were doing a wonderful job and Wayne is a brilliant leader. It could be brief, since it’s hard to rise for applause over the telephone. One director (we weren’t told the name) asked, when did our attorneys first realize we were going to lose the bankruptcy lawsuit? Silence from the rest of the board.
We also heard that the remaining honest directors, including Colonel Brown, and Rocky Marshall (corrected in light of the comment below), were not re-nominated or decided not even to try. Some will probably be running by write-in. I don’t think anyone has ever won by write-in (garnering 20,000-plus votes that way is very hard), but we may hope.