Wayne LaPierre, the president of the National Rifle Association, says his group is prepared for an "unprecedented" fight over gun control when the 113th Congress arrives in Washington next year.
In an interview with CNN Monday, LaPierre "did not offer specific legislative examples of what he thinks is going to happen next year, but added the NRA has good sources in Washington, DC who said it is coming."
“I think it is going to come hard, I think it is going to come fast, and I think it is going to come soon,” LaPierre said.
LaPierre's also condemned sports commentator Bob Costas, for his comments Sunday night calling for gun control after a Kansas City Chiefs player Jovan Belcher killed his girlfriend and then publicly committed suicide with a gun on Saturday.
LaPierre also charged that Costas was using the Belcher murder-suicide to “piggyback his social agenda on the back of a tragedy,” and later added that “people just think it is reprehensible.”