The National Rifle Association lashed out at the Washington Post in an online video accusing the paper of championing the effort to take guns away from law-abiding Americans.
In the video message, Grant Stinchfield accused the paper of promoting a "radical agenda" and spreading lies about those who disagree.
He said the Post refuses to cover the "extremist beliefs of Carmen Perez [and] DeRay Mckesson" and the Democrats who refuse to condemn them.
"You people do more to damage our country with a keyboard than every NRA member combined has ever done with a firearm," Stinchfield declared. "Your paper's new slogan may read 'Democracy Dies in Darkness.' It should say 'Journalism Dies at The Washington Post.'"
The video came in response to a Post article which called out a previous NRA video message as being "dark." That video from former Navy SEAL Dom Raso was criticized for being politically-charged and barely mentioning firearms.
Last week, NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch spoke out to Tucker Carlson on the backlash she received for her own video calling out violent left-wing activists.