By Tom Knighton
The NRA is racist.
No, I don’t really believe that, because I’ve seen NRA members of all races in my life and the NRA famously stood for a black man’s right to own a gun in the Supreme Court case of McDonald v. Chicago, but a lot of people do.
To that end, NRATV’s Colion Noir decided to present a history of the NRA and its relationship with black people.
“I know many of you won’t be willing to give me a chance,” Colion says, and, unfortunately, he’s right. They don’t want to hear the facts, especially from a black man that has gone off the Democratic plantation.
Still, he implores people to listen. “All I ask is that you watch,” he says.
If they do, though, I expect they’ll ignore what he says and cling bitterly to their irrationalities and fictions. They don’t want the truth. What they do want is to undermine gun ownership, and that starts with the NRA.
When I wrote “The Stigmatization Of Gun Owners,” I forgot to mention the demonization of the NRA as racist. I mentioned claims that it’s a terrorist organization, but I’ve gotten used to the accusations …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms