Colion Noir: Media Matters “Ignores Everything That I’ve Done To Provide A Platform For People Of All Colors”
Article first appeared Shooting Illustrated.
NRATV’s Colion Noir is standing up to Media Matters and its anti-gun, fake-news blogger Timothy Johnson. “Media Matters has been writing hit pieces on me for as long as I can remember. The irony behind it is it’s always angled in the way of race,” Noir told “NRATV Live” host Grant Stinchfield on Tuesday. “But 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.”
Media Matters’ most recent race-angled attack on Noir came last weekend after he criticized The Boston Globe columnist Renee Graham’s deceitful article, “More guns, more risk for people of color,” telling the anti-gun writer, “This negro pity party is getting old.”
Johnson, who worked for the Brady Center prior to becoming Media Matters’ so-called “gun safety program director,” was so outraged by Noir’s comments that he falsely accused the “CN Live” host of diminishing notions of racial disparity in interactions between police officers. Looks like you can’t teach an old dog new tricks.
For a long time, the alt-left media got away with such baseless personal attacks. But that’s changing, as Noir showcased when he took to Twitter to hit back at Johnson, calling the elitist, anti-gun blogger exactly what he is: a “journalistic parasite.” The support that followed underlined the fact that more and more gun owners are standing up for their freedoms and vocally protecting our Second Amendment rights.
— Colion Noir (@MrColionNoir) December 10, 2016
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