‘Bullets with AWR Hawkins,’ Episode 1: ‘Men with Firearms Are No Longer Slaves’

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During the first episode of “Bullets with AWR Hawkins” podcast — which launched on iTunes via PodcastOne.com on October 18 — “Black Guns Matter” founder Maj Toure explains that “men with firearms are no longer slaves.”

Episode one opens with a look at the news of the week — including the dismissal of the Sandy Hook lawsuit against Remington Arms, the James O’Keefe hidden camera video that captured Senate Candidate Russ Feingold talking about how Hillary Clinton could use an “executive order” for gun control, and the horrid continuation of death and mayhem in gun-controlled Chicago.

The Chicago news focused on the night of October 14, when “at least” 19 were shot and six killed. This gun violence was a perfect segue into the interview with Toure and a discussion of “Black Guns Matter.” As discussed on Breitbart News XM, Toure’s goal is to reach the urban community with the Second Amendment and help them understand that gun rights are the rights of all citizens, regardless of race.

During the first episode of “Bullets with AWR Hawkins,” Toure explained how being armed changes the lives of the vulnerable in the urban community. He also discusses the racist roots of gun control; how it was originally instituted in this country to keep black Americans and other people of color down. Yet he stresses that gun control is colorblind in the 21st century. It impacts every citizen, shackling them with “infringements” regardless of the color of their skin.

The message to those trapped by a Democrat-inculcated dependency is simple — “Men with firearms are no longer slaves.”

AWR Hawkins is the Second Amendment columnist for Breitbart News and host of “Bullets with AWR Hawkins,” a Breitbart News podcast. He is also the political analyst for Armed American Radio. Follow him on Twitter: @AWRHawkins. Reach him directly at awrhawkins@breitbart.com.


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