Colbert’s ‘The Late Show’ rips on the NRA’s Dana Loesch with hilariously violent fake National Rifle Association ad
'The Late Show' parodies the NRA's Dana Loesch (screengrab)

"The Late Show" with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday mocked National Rifle Association (NRA) personality Dana Loesch.

The segment noted the growing upheaval rocking the NRA, including the investigation by New York state Attorney General Letitia James, which could threaten the organization's tax-exempt status.

The segment parodied the style of Loesch's widely-mocked NRA video.

"The liberal media wants you to believe the NRA doesn't deserve its tax-exempt status, just because we make a profit," the Loesch impersonator said.

She worried about the NRA’s charity work, like Guns On Wheels and arming stray cats.

The segment went off the rails when multiple shots were fired.