After The Boston Globe published Graham’s race-baiting, anti-gun article, “More guns, more risk for people of color,” Noir used his show, CN Live, to tell the elitist agitator “This negro pity party is getting old.” And the leading millennial voice for gun rights was just getting warmed up: “If you really want to help black gun owners, how about you start changing the narrative and glorify the countless positive images of black gun owners and the non-black gun owners who embrace them.”
While spot on, Noir’s request for truth and civility will likely be ignored by Graham, a “journalist” who uses her platform to divide along the lines of race and gender—a sore loser liberal who publicly referred to the more than 60 million Americans who voted for President-elect Trump as “the deplorables.” But Graham’s tactics of division do not work on the law-abiding firearms community. “Stop force-feeding us inferiority. I’m not a stray dog, I don’t need you to save me so you can put a collar around my neck and then say you own me,” Noir said. “Either empower my self-sufficiency or leave me be, because I will not let you continue to make a victim out of me.”
— NRATV (@nranews) December 8, 2016
Colion Noir is the host of CN Live, a live talk show featuring today’s top industry 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.