— Colion Noir (@MrColionNoir) December 10, 2016
USA – -(Ammoland.com)- After Timothy Johnson of the alt-left Media Matters attacked NRATV’s Colion Noir, he took to Twiiter and hit back…
“Media Matters has been writing hit pieces on me for as long as I can remember,” Noir told “NRATV Live” host Grant Stinchfield on Tuesday, December 13. “The irony behind it is it’s always angled in the way of race.”
Colion Noir Calls Out Media Matters
Noir’s comments came after a weekend of baseless personal attacks from Johnson, Media Matters’ gun safety program director who previously worked for the anti-gun Brady Center. On Friday, December 9, Johnson published an “article” that twisted Noir’s criticism of The Boston Globe’s Renee Graham for her deceitful, race-baiting article, ‘More guns, more risk for people of color.’
Colion Noir Tells Renee Graham “This negro pity party is getting old”
Johnson was so trigged by Noir’s statements that he falsely accused the “CN Live” host of diminishing notions of racial disparity in interactions between police officers. Of course, the anti-Second Amendment art history major also attempted to blame the NRA for previous mass shootings—completely off-topic, but it seems the rules don’t apply when it’s fake news.
After Media Matters posted his deceitful “article,” Noir took to Twitter and called Johnson exactly what he is: a journalistic parasite. Soon after, support for Noir’s courage to stand up to an anti-gun agenda based in lies and division poured in.
“What’s interesting is Media Matters completely and utterly ignores everything that I’ve done to provide a platform for people of all colors, of all nationalities to talk about exercising their Second Amendment rights,” said Noir.
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