NRA Spokesman Colion Noir Defends the 2nd Amendment on HBO

Leftwing comedian Bill Maher is not a rabid anti-gun nut. He’s one of those liberals who understands why some Americans cling to their guns so tightly, and he claims to not be interested in taking everyone’s guns.

In fact, while Maher doesn’t like guns, he recently welcomed NRA spokesman Colion Noir to his HBO show, Real Time, to talk about guns in America.

Noir is a perfect spokesman for the 2nd Amendment and he does a wonderful job in front of an antagonistic audience.

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As you can see, Noir does a brilliant job defending American gun ownership and in another segment of the show’s online portion he went toe-to-toe with leftist Neera Tanden.

(You might recognize Tanden’s name. She was the person who featured in some of the most inflammatory of John Podesta’s emails that were uncovered by Wikileaks during the 2016 election. Tanden had a lot of ugly things to say about a lot of different people – particularly on the Democrat side. Her harsh words about Hillary Clinton and other Democrats played an important role in seeing her side LOSE the 2016 election.)

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