Wayne LaPierre is an American activist for gun rights. Since 1991, LaPierre has served as executive vice president of the National Rifle Association. He is a writer and advocate of the American right to keep and bear arms. His criticism of proponents of gun restrictions is well-known.
Wayne LaPierre was born on November 8, 1949, in Schenectady, New York, in the United States. His given name is, and he is a citizen of the United States. LaPierre is of White ethnicity and the Scorpio zodiac sign.
In 2014, contributions to the NRA totaled $103 million, and LaPierre was compensated $985,887. In the same year, he earned a $3.7 million deferred compensation distribution.
Susan LaPierre is Wayne’s only kid; she is also his only wife. Susan is the co-chair of the NRA’s Women’s Leadership Forum and a seasoned fundraiser with more than three decades of experience working for political, nonprofit, and mission-driven causes.
Wayne LaPierre has a lot of money, which he uses to travel and purchase expensive clothing. He desires to travel to areas such as the Bahamas.