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NRA TV host has a tough response to teens ‘gun-control reality show’: ‘You want to save innocent lives?’

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The media accused NRA-TV host Colion Noir of “taunting” the outspoken students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School,  telling them “no one would know your names” had a good guy with a gun been at their school last month to stop the killer.

Noir, an attorney and gun rights activist from Houston, Texas, recorded a segment before Saturday’s March for Our Lives, offering a counter to the gun control agenda being peddled by the left.

An effort that has thrust to the forefront students from the Parkland, Fla., high school who share their gun control views.

“To all the kids from Parkland getting ready to use your First Amendment to attack everyone else’s Second Amendment at your march on Saturday,” Noir said, “I wish a hero like Blaine Gaskill had been at Marjory Douglas High School last month because your classmates would still be alive and no one would know your names, because the media would have completely and utterly ignored your story, the way they ignored his.”

How dare he wish the 17 victims of last month’s shooting were still alive. Especially if it was due to a good guy with a gun, as was the case with the officer he references.

Gaskill was the 34-year-old SWAT-trained St. Mary’s County deputy sheriff who shot and killed a teenage gunman who opened fire last week at Great Mills High School in Southern Maryland. An incident that saw scant media coverage, as Noir pointed out.

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A complicit media has been running interference for outspoken Stoneman Douglas students in their infringement on the Second Amendment, ripping anyone offering a countering point of view as “criticizing” shooting survivors.

But Noir took the students to task in their quest to limit, if not take away entirely our God-given right to defend ourselves — in effect, using their First Amendment rights to attack the Second Amendment.

“They’re running Season 5 of their gun-control reality show, featuring the freshest cast of characters yet in their modern march on Washington — except this time for less freedom,” he said. “These kids ought to be marching against their own hypocritical belief structure.”

“You want to save innocent lives?” Noir asked in a separate video. “Take the millions of dollars going to this carnival of a march and hire armed guards in schools all over this country.”

“But then, these kids would have to shrink from the spotlight and go back to their homework,” he concluded.

Heaven forbid.

Tom Tillison


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