The National Rifle Association (NRA) today awarded its most prestigious honor to a man who, like the organization itself, truly understands what it means to be despised: former Verizon lawyer, and tech’s biggest douche bag in 2017, Ajit Pai. The “Charlton Heston Courage Under Fire” award, which isn’t issued every year, is given to those who the NRA sees fit to join the ranks of its “distinguished pantheon.” Previous winners include Rush Limbaugh, a recovering drug addict who dislikes public schools, David Clarke, a racist real-world embodiment of Yosemite Sam, Phyllis Schlafly, who once charmingly said “Sex education classes are…

This story continues at The Next Web