Skip to comments.Anti-gun sports columnist Jason Whitlock: ‘The NRA Is the New KKK’ [AUDIO]
Posted on 12/04/2012 11:34:53 AM PST by neverdem
On CNN contributor Roland Martins podcast posted to his website Monday, Jason Whitlock, the columnist who inspired Bob Costas commentary on gun control during halftime of Sundays Dallas Cowboys-Philadelphia Eagles game on NBC, revealed his peculiar take on the National Rifle Association (NRA).
Whitlock spoke out against the NFLs handling of the aftermath of Jovan Belchers suicide and gun issues in his Sunday FoxSports.com column. During Martins podcast, he likened the NRA to the Ku Klux Klan and tied the group to the dangerous street culture that unfortunately dominates “so many black youths.”
Sports gets so much attention, and people tune out the real world, that I try to take advantage of the opportunity to talk about the real world when sports lends itself to that and try to open peoples eyes, Whitlock said.
You know, I did not go as far as Id like to go because my thoughts on the NRA and Americas gun culture — I believe the NRA is the new KKK. And that the arming of so many black youths, uh, and loading up our community with drugs, and then just having an open shooting gallery, is the work of people who obviously dont have our best interests [at heart].
Whitlock disagreed with the idea that gun ownership enhances liberty, explaining how — in his view — it damages society.
I think its obvious if youve traveled abroad, and traveled to countries where they have legitimate gun laws, that we dont have to have what we have in America, where people somehow think a gun enhances their liberty, and that people somehow think a gun makes them safer, he continued.
It just doesnt..."
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Whitlock’s just doing the job the KKK started. Gun control wasn’t ever about whites, but blacks. It was a focused attempt, originating in the racist post-Civil War South, to disarm blacks.
Gun control is racist. As is our welfare system which destroyed the black family and replaced daddies with Uncle Sugar.
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