> it is promoting arming black people using some kind of charity.... it will strike fear in the heart of NRA supporters.
There actually is a US government-sponsored nonprofit offering free guns to qualified citizens. It is called the Civilian Marksmanship Program. (http://thecmp.org) It's 113 years old this year. They don't restrict their giveaways by race. As for the NRA, I've never heard anything but positive noises from them about the program. So much for the NRA only supporting armed white guys.
> The asymmetric enforcement of second amendment rights is the core of NRA and its followers mission.
Point me to the position paper on their web site saying that.
I've been to NRA meetings. Down here in the southwest, we don't get so many "black" people at them, but we do get plenty of brown people. (Hispanics and Native Americans.) The table at the last event I attended was 50/50 Hispanic and white. As far as I can tell, the only color the NRA cares about is green.
> with fingers on the trigger can walk into departmental stores
NRA is against that.
It's their second rule of gun safety: keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot. You'll get kicked out of any well run event if you violate it. (http://training.nra.org/nra-gun-safety-rules.aspx)
> pick arguments with police officers,
> insult the police
I see that regularly here on Slashdot, often highly rated.
> terrorize play grounds with impunity.
That's called brandishing, and it's illegal in all 50 states.
Plus there's the 1000 foot rule around school playgrounds. It's a federal felony if you carry inside that border and don't qualify for one of the few exceptions. And if you do qualify, you're obeying the law.
> black Americans are also citizens with full second amendment rights.
Damn straight. There is no human right restricted to only some citizens.
> if they exercise it, they will be shot by police without a second thought
Oh, I'm sure you can find cases of legally armed black people getting shot by the cops, but if you actually go looking, you'll find Americans of all brown shades (including that shade we call "white") getting shot by cops without proper justification.
> if I fear for my life I have the right to kill" is accepted as a valid defense for police officers.
Wrong. There are 4 or 5 tests a defendant must pass in order to avoid a charge of manslaughter or murder, depending on where you are in the US. An imminent threat of grievous bodily harm or death is only one of them. Miss any of the 3 or 4 others and your case falls apart.
Andrew Branca (a constitutional law professor and 2nd Amendment expert) summarizes it nicely here: https://lawofselfdefense.com/t...
> This ad brings out the hypocrisy of the NRA followers
This NRA member wants Americans of all shades and creeds to exercise their 2nd Amendment right.
Better trim that broad brush down a bit.
> That is why NRA is acting swiftly.
The NRA is acting swiftly because this "ad" puts words in their mouth that you'll never read in their publications, nor hear in their leadership's speeches. It's basically a lie.