Dana Loesch had liberals curling up in the fetal position when she urged her fellow conservatives to "fight this violence of lies [referring to media bias and the Left’s prime choice of protest] with the clenched fist of truth” in an ad for the NRA. *Gasp.*
Ironically, Loesch, who was condemning violence and hateful, divisive rhetoric, was accused of inciting violence and declaring civil war.
On Wednesday, members of the Los Angeles Chapter of the Black Lives Matter Movement - and their allies, including Dignity and Power Now, The Reverence Project, RISIST, and Defend Movement - decided to join in on the Loesch-bashing fun and released their own video in response to the NRA’s “aggressive, fear-mongering video tactics.”
In the video, a member from the LA Chapter is seen calling the NRA’s ads “dangerous propaganda” that emboldens “gun-toting racists.”
“We will continue to produce media, teach students, march and protest to not only protect the First Amendment as fiercely as the NRA protects the Second, but to protect our lives from gun-toting racists,” she declares.
Of course, liberals only want protect the First Amendment rights of those who share their opinions and fight for their cause. Anyone who disagrees with them or says something they don’t like should automatically be silenced, hence why the video’s narrator goes on to “demand” the NRA “immediately” remove its (constitutionally protected) ads.
Thankfully, NRA TV’s Colion Noir wasn’t about to let BLM get away with peddling these absurd claims about the Second Amendments rights organization.
In an episode of “Commentators,” Noir first calls out BLM for losing sight of its original mission and turning into “a weaponized, race-baiting machine, pushing the extreme liberal-Democratic agenda, calling everything and anything that doesn’t fit their agenda white supremacy.”
He then goes on to dispel the notion that the NRA’s members are all a bunch of racists and lists the (many, many) things the organization has done for the black community and black gun owners: “Say what you want about the NRA, but it’s done more for black gun rights and the image of black gun owners in this country than the bought and paid-for Black Lives Matter ever has.”
Noir, who himself is a gun-owner and NRA member, notes that, “you don't get asked what race you are when you join the NRA, there wasn’t a ‘whites only’ sign at the annual convention. There are no secrets here.”
“The NRA isn’t the one telling me I shouldn't be owning guns because I’m black. White, liberal politicians are," he adds.
At the end of the video, Noir offers some friendly advice for the Black Lives Matter Movement before signing off.
“Oh, by the way," he says, speaking directly to BLM activists, "next time you make a video declaring you fiercely defend the First Amendment the way the NRA defends the Second, you might not want to immediately demand that they delete a video protected by their First Amendment right, just because you don’t like it."
"You kind of look like a hypocrite," he concludes.
Watch Noir’s entire video below.