The SRA's goal from even when it was just a loose conglomeration of subreddits, facebook groups and discord servers was to essentially cultivate a left wing gun culture contrary to the NRA. When the LLC was established in 2018, I had hoped this meant pushing for unionization in the gun industry, supporting dealers who were sympathetic to socialism, educating gun owners on US labor history, and providing training/certification in lieu of what's already offered by other gun rights organizations. They haven't accomplished any of this yet, and the longer time goes on, I get the sneaking suspicion that they never will. USCCA's disaffiliation last year probably put a damper on efforts to move in this direction, but I can't say for certain. So what we're left with are egirls on twitter posing in front of flags of countries that no longer exist with guns they've likely never shot once in their lives.
There was outrage over the Central Committee blaming their recently deceased co-founder, Jason L Hamilton for the security issue; drawing accusations of FBI infiltration but this is largely unfounded. We're talking about a self-proclaimed "biohacker" who, during his time as Secretary of the SRA, stored the full member roster in a gun safe he modified to open "only" with an RFID chip implant in his hand. In a post made on his portfolio website while running for re-election in 2019, he said "I take Hollywood-level precautions with your data" which, lol. Anyone who's been around since the pre-LLC days knew something like this would happen. Jason was a graphic designer and DSA turned PSL organizer. Web maintenance clearly wasn't his strong suit. All he wanted to do was entertain his adventurist fantasies while dressed from head to toe in combloc milsurp. Why else would the logo look the way it does?