Scarborough Rants Against Wayne LaPierre's Use of 'Racial Overtones'

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Regular viewers of MSNBC know that networks' anchors have an almost superhuman ability to find racism in any statement uttered from a conservative or Republican's mouth. Joe Scarborough showed off that talent, on the February 14, 2013 Morning Joe, when he claimed a recent op-ed by Wayne LaPierre was "laced with racial overtones" because the NRA president suggested Brooklynites should have the right to defend themselves from Hurricane Sandy looters and border state residents needed protection from violent gangs.

Crossposted at Newsbusters.