On Friday, MSNBC host Touré took on what he said was a distinctly racial opinion piece in The Daily Caller by National Rifle Association CEO Wayne LaPierre. In that post, the gun rights advocate defended gun ownership by saying that guns are American’s only defense in a lawless, post-disaster environment. Touré said that the racial overtones in LaPierre’s post were evident and added that, had Newtown shooter Adam Lanza committed his atrocity in a predominately black school, there would be no “national conversation” about gun violence.
Touré Accuses All of America of Racism, Wouldn’t Care if Newtown Was A Black School
On Friday, MSNBC “Cycle” cohost Touré said had Newtown shooter Adam Lanza committed his evil massacre of small children in a predominately black school, there would be no “national conversation” about gun control
Other Politisite Coverage on MSNBC Touré:
- MSNBC Continues Smear of ‘Racist’ NRA; Alex Wagner Hits Wayne LaPierre as Afraid of ‘Dark People’ (newsbusters.org)
- MSNBC: NRA Chief Wayne LaPierre ‘Afraid of Dark People’ (breitbart.com)
- Live stream: NRA response to SOTU (hotair.com)