Meadows, who was recently elected NRA President after Oliver North was expelled, told the Marietta Daily Journal, "We're getting this seat back," and spoke of the convention's headquarters, the McBath – a Georgia Democrat and a Newman lawmaker whose 17-year-old son was fatally shot dead in 2012 – last year he won.
"There will be more than one person in the race, but we'll get that seat back," Meadows told the newspaper Sunday's story. "But it is wrong to say, as McBath said, the reason for the victory was their anti-gun stance, which had nothing to do with it – it had something to do with a minority woman."
She continued, "And the Democrats have really turned out, and that's the problem we have with the Conservatives ̵
CNN has contacted the NRA and McBath offices to speak.
McBath, a former flight attendant and weapons control activist, defeated former Republican Republican Karen Handel in a district that had not elected a Democratic US representative since the 1970s. Her 17-year-old son Jordan Davis was shot dead in 2012 after a quarrel that started with a loud music complaint. The shooter was later convicted of first-degree murder.
"Hello NRA! It's time for us to enlighten, I won this race because I got up after the senseless murder of my son in 2012 to do something about it, I knew it was time to fight back, "she wrote.
In another tweet, McBath said her work was "just starting" with gun violence, adding, "And yes – as a woman of color, I'm proud to be part of the most diverse American class Work that I do for my constituents and no one can take that away from me. "
Meadows told the Marietta Daily Journal that the arms lobby would work to re-elect Republican President Donald Trump. as well as expand the group.
"We will work to get Donald Trump re-elected, Unity, and that's first and foremost to be politically active, trap gunners, get more gunners to join the NRA," she said. "It's a powerful lobby, not just for gun rights, but rights as well."