MSNBC host Chris Jansing had Rep. Charlie Rangel (D-NY) on her show yesterday morning to talk gun control. During their discussion Jansing brought up the NRA News’ new contributor Colion Noir. Noir as many of you know has a very successful YouTube channel where he artfully tackels gun issues of the day. The NRA announced last week that Noir will become a contributor to their NRA News network. This didn’t sit well with Jansing as she claimed the NRA to be specifically targeting ‘African American youth,’ insinuating the NRA is executing some sort of sadistic scheme to prey on young Black Americans. The racial statement by Jansing is wholly unfounded. How the NRA hiring a black correspondent is racially motivated is unclear to us at Guns.com.
MSNBC claims NRA’s hiring of Colion Noir to be racially motivated (VIDEO)
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