Looks like the left-wing "funny" woman managed to get a group of black actors to be-Tom themselves for liberal Whitey.
Interestingly enough, African-Americans are reacting to the racist crud coming out of the liberal left. Take Mr. Coloin Noir -- a member of the REAL NRA.
I particularly love this section of his commentary.
Everyone in this video is guilty of promoting the idea that all young black men are criminals to be feared, because god forbid the second amendment apply to everyone, that would mean even young black men can own guns too, obviously that should scare every white person in America to vouch for more gun control!
Are there white people who donít want black people to own guns, yes, their names are Mayor Bloomberg and Diane Feinstein.
And last I checked, the NRA advocated gun rights for everyone.
Sarah Silverman spews more racism in an hour long stand up than most KKK members do in their lives, but she has the comedian plausible deniability card so, she gets away with.
Exactly true. The left-wing thrives on racial -- make that racist -- stereotypes and appeals to carry the day. The only thing that has changed from the days of the Klan is that the sheetheads of the Democrat Party now call themselves progressives -- though maybe that isn't a surprise, because "progressive" President Woodrow Wilson (the subject of a new Leonardo DeCaprio film project) segregated the federal workforce and even screened the pro-Klan film "The Birth of a Nation" in the White House.
But leave it to conservative AlfonZo Rachel to peg the matter perfectly with a reminder of the real history of the NRA (which supported arming free blacks after the Civil War) and the Democrat party (which then, as now, supported the disarmament of African-Americans because they lacked the character and self-control to be trusted with guns.
Yeah -- Sarah Silverman and Birth of a Nation's D. W. Griffin appear to be two peas in a pod, perpetrating the same racist myths.
But if you don't want to take the word of satirists, let's hear it from respected black professionals instead.
There's no need for a "Black NRA" -- it already exists in the form of America's oldest civil rights organization, the NRA itself.