USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Colion Noir went on “NRATV Live” to express the outrage and disgust so many have felt since learning that Hillary Clinton wanted to treat Eric Garner’s death as nothing more than a political pawn for her self-serving anti-gun agenda.
“Clinton and her entire campaign don’t care about black people unless their bodies are lifeless and cold, donating to her foundation, or paying them to give speeches,” Noir said to host Grant Stinchfield.
“Because at the end of the day, we’re nothing more than political commodities where the agenda is the main course meal and they sprinkle a couple of black dead bodies on top of that anti-gun agenda … And it’s insulting as hell. And it’s disgusting.”
Noir continued to eloquently point out why Hillary Clinton does not deserve to be president. “Nothing about this woman is genuine. Nothing,” Noir said. “She’s been doing and engaging in this level of corruption for decades now.” He later added that the Clintons and their elitist media friends do all they can to distract people with “political correctness” so they don’t pay attention to how morally corrupt Hillary truly is, adding “I just can’t bring myself to do that.
I just can’t bring myself to do that.”
Colion Noir is the host of “CN Live,” a live talk show featuring today’s top newsmakers. “CN Live” airs Monday through Thursday from 5 p.m. – 6 p.m. EST on NRATV. Past episodes and clips are also available on the “CN Live” series page and viewers can get involved in the show using #CNLive.
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