NRA News Commentators: “Shame” Featuring Colion Noir

By CTD Rob published on in General, News

NRA News Commentator Colion Noir fires back at the president for using emotion and tragedy to coerce the public into letting the government attack their Second Amendment rights.

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Comments (4)

  • Scott Dee


    The next video of Collin Noir, is him face to face with Obama having these words directly with him and asking the questions and hearing Obama’s answers to these questions. I’d love to see Obama try and counter these obvious points of view that millions of other American’s also believe.


  • DB Cooper


    Can anyone tell me why no Mexican or the Mexican Gov’t has sued obama or the US for the murders of their loved ones killed by Fast and Furious guns the obama administration force fed the drug gangs? Obama violated the national sovereignty of Mexico and abetted the murder of thousands on mexicans.


  • Pete in Alaska


    Clear, concise, simple, and to the points. Collin presents the case in the manner that attention will be paid to it. Thank you!


  • bppettie


    We should stop saying we have second amendment rights. The 2nd Amendment gives us no rights. We had the rights before the 2nd amendment… the 2nd amendment ‘protects those rights.’ bpp


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