No, Touré does not speak for all African-Americans on gun control!/Toure/status/307967432285356032

Unless Touré has finally decided to use the royal “we” to refer to himself, he’s assuming he speaks on behalf of all African-Americans when it comes to gun control and the Second Amendment.

@toure so you claim to speak for all black Americans? Isn’t that a tad bit pompous?

— Weasel Zippers (@weaselzippers) March 2, 2013

who is we? MT @toure We know better. RT @thinkprogress NRA to black Americans; you’ll need guns to protect yourselves from govt

— Matthew Howard (@MatthewHowardUS) March 2, 2013

What has the MSNBC host so up in arms (or at least as close as he’ll get to being up in arms)? The NRA has added YouTube senstation Colion Noir as a contributor, and Think Progress isn’t pleased. As Noir asserts in his first video for the NRA, the person “telling me to get rid of my guns when I need them the most, isn’t my friend, isn’t looking out for my best interests and doesn’t speak for me or the community that I’m part of.” Touré must have missed the “doesn’t speak for me” part.

COMING SOON NRA @mrcolionnoir – Check out the Trailer for his first episode coming soon at #NRANews #ColionNoir

— NRA News (@NRANews) March 1, 2013

It’s worth noting that Noir isn’t reading from a stock script; his home-produced videos have made him an Internet star.

This is the newest spokesman for the NRA. Give the control freaks hell Colion Noir.

— Eugene O’Neill (@todaysfreedom) March 3, 2013

Just became a fan of Mr Colion Noir. Check out his YouTube videos. Common sense gun rights view!

— Eric Hutchinson (@hutch443) March 2, 2013

I believe Colion Noir’s style and approach will connect with the gun community and well beyond.Love it! #NRA #Outreach @mrcolionnoir

— Sara (@butterflybee333) March 2, 2013

@piersmorgan when are you going to have Colion Noir on to debate gun control? I would watch ur show if u did..

— Chad Burkey (@Bunny_Turkey) March 2, 2013

NRA collaborating with Colion Noir is one of the best ideas they’ve had in a looooong time.

— Dylan Baxter (@ddbaxte) March 2, 2013

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