Howard Dean: NRA is 'White Supremacist' Group

"There certainly are some of them."

Howard "The Scream" Dean, former Democratic National Committee chairman, recently labeled the National Rifle Association a "white supremacist group."

Speaking on MSNBC, Dean first accused Republicans of being "out of step with where America is for a long time," and when host Katy Tur reminded him that the GOP now holds the White House, the Senate, and Congress, he tried to explain his accusation.

"A lot of the Trump voters are not far-right nut cases with guns that want to shoot up the place," Dean said.

"Well, I don't think anyone is defining them that way," Tur replied.

"No, but there certainly are some of them," Dean said before hitting on the NRA.

"And the NRA put an appalling ad out there which really, basically made the statement that the NRA was now a white supremacist group," Dean continued. "I couldn’t believe the ad I saw. So there are far right people who are crazy for Donald Trump."

The NRA ad, which has driven the left into a frenzy of irrational anger, only suggests a connection to white supremacy if you are a raving, anti-gun, race-baiting liar.

The former DNC chair is guilty of a multitude of ludicrous statements and even supported the ANTIFA rioters at Berkeley protesting Ann Coulter's scheduled speech on campus, ignorantly declaring that the 1st Amendment does not cover "hate speech."

Dean is frankly unhinged and never to be taken seriously. Remember this moment?

 

 

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