Timothy Knight

Constitutionalist
National 2nd Amendment Advocate
Grassroots Example - Podcaster - Instructor
Founder: Colorado Recall Movement - Past NRA Board Director
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This job has been given to me to do. Therefore, it is a gift. Therefore, it is a privilege. Therefore, it is an offering I may make to God. Therefore, it is to be done gladly, if it is done for Him. Here, not somewhere else, I may learn God’s way. In this job, not in some other, God looks for faithfulness.
— Elisabeth Elliot

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National Rifle Association
2015 - 2019

In 2015 Timothy bucked the odds again and became the first non-celebrity petition-only candidate to gain a seat on the NRA Board of Directors in years. He was double nominated and reelected to a second term in 2018 and had planned to serve members until at least 2021. See his pledge to members which he kept during his tenure as a Director. His grassroots connection with NRA members and willingness to work with others to succeed was the hallmark of his service as a Director.

He proudly agreed to serve as board members of the NRA because of his steadfast belief in the Association’s core mission of protecting the Second Amendment and its leadership’s commitment to serving its members with honesty, integrity and transparency. While his belief in the NRA’s mission remains as strong today as ever, his confidence in the NRA’s leadership has been shattered.  

As Board members, he was duty bound to act with care and in the best interests of the NRA and its mission. Proper discharge of that duty compelled him and others to to speak up and take action when we become aware of matters within the Association that run counter to its mission, governing principles, policies, or the law.  Over the past several months, there have been numerous, highly-publicized allegations of impropriety leveled against the Association and certain members of its executive leadership team.  In exercising our oversight responsibilities as Board Members, he along with other Directors have sought information and requested certain actions be taken with respect to these allegations, only to be rebuffed at every turn. They had expected – or at least hoped— that the executive leadership team would recognize the seriousness of these allegations and work with us in a constructive and transparent manner to address our concerns and minimize any further harm to the Association. Instead, they were stonewalled, accused of disloyalty, stripped of committee assignments and denied effective counsel necessary to properly discharge our responsibilities as Board members.

As a result of the foregoing, Timothy Knight, Esther Schneider & Sean Maloney were left with no other choice but to resign as members of the Board of Directors. In doing so, however, they hoped that their action would serve as a catalyst for much needed reform within the NRA so that it can return its focus to the mission which they remain unwaveringly committed -- protecting the Constitution of the United States and especially, the Second Amendment.

* some of this above text was modified from the three Directors letter of resignation on August 1st 2019.

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Who is Timothy Knight:


  • NRA Board Member from 2015 to 2019

    • Service on four committees:

      • Grassroots 2015-2019

      • Nominating Committee 2016-2017

      • Clubs & Associations 2015-2017

      • Publications 2017-2019

  • A proven grassroots activist campaigning nationwide:
    2014 in CT, IA & CO
    2015 in VA
    2016 in NV, ME, SC, NC, GA & TN
    2018 in MT, MO, TN & GA

    • I always travelled on my time & my dime. I never sought reimbursement or received payment from anyone for my activism.

  • Current NRA Benefactor Member

  • Past Golden Eagle, Ring of Freedom Charter Member & Charlton Heston Society Ambassador.

  • Received no pay or reimbursement of any kind for his service to NRA members. Nothing but an honor to serve.

  • Founder & Architect of the 2013 Colorado recall movement

  • Served as a Colorado Mounted Ranger (sworn officer)

  • Enthusiastic supporter of Youth Shooting Sports & an Advocate for the National School Shield Program.

  • Benefactor Member & Board Member of the Tennessee Shooting Sports Association

  • Student of firearms: multiple graduate of Thunder Ranch & Gunsite (>15 classes) in pistol, rifle, shotgun, bolt gun and NFA firearms. 

  • NRA Chief Range Safety Officer

  • NRA Certified Pistol, Rifle & Shotgun Instructor

  • 2014 NRA Grassroots Jay M. Littlefield Award Winner & 2014 NRA-ILA Defender of the 2nd Amendment

  • Podcaster of two shows

  • 15+ years small business owner

  • Eagle Scout & OA Vigil Honor. 

  • Long time Scouting volunteer with multiple awards & Wood Badge training

  • Grew up in a hunting & fishing family

  • Member of many associations & groups.


Grassroots Example
2013 - Onward

In 2013 Timothy Knight stunned the political world by leading a small group of political novices in beating two of the world’s most powerful political machines in two recall elections in one day. Both the Clinton and Obama ground campaigns, funded by two billionaires, could not save the President of the Colorado Senate and a fellow Senator from being recalled. Tim has not stopped his grassroots connection with citizens across the Republic since.

A proven grassroots activist campaigning nationwide:
2013 Successful CO Recalls & CA recall exploration.
2014 in CT, IA & CO
2015 in VA
2016 in NV, ME, SC, NC, GA & TN
2018 in MT, MO, TN & GA

&
it shall continue.


To the Republic for which it stands!

A new platform with the help many, many friends & allies.

A new platform with the help many, many friends & allies.

Continued Service &
New Advocacy: 2019 - Present

Stand by for two podcasts:
Show: To The Republic
Show: State of the 2nd
&
More grassroots

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“The 2nd Amendment IS a nuisance...to tyrants, traitors, invaders and criminals.”
— Jeff Hays (Colorado Spring, 2013)