Campus Reform Editor-In-Chief, Lawrence Jones, who is also a black man hammered late night host Jimmy Kimmel Sunday on Fox News for the “white privilege” he enjoys as a “rich white man” while wanting to disarm law-abiding Americans, reports The Daily Caller.
After the recent deadly attack in a High School in Santa Fe, Texas Kimmel, of course, took his opportunity to politicize the event by starting off his Friday night show by referencing the Texas shooting as another reason why politicians need to “do something” on gun control.
So they sit there with their hands in their pockets, pockets that are full of gun money, and they do nothing. They just wait for the outrage to pass because it didn’t happen to their children,” Kimmel said. “The least you can do is register to vote, right now. Make sure we vote for politicians who will do something … These kind of things don’t happen in countries with real, sensible gun laws.”
Jones, however, sees the late night host as yet another example of “white privilege.”
“I’ve never seen a better example of white privilege than Jimmy Kimmel,” said Jones. “He’s a rich white man that has security but he doesn’t want other Americans to have security as well, have the Second Amendment.”
“We’ve tried it your way. We’ve tried it the liberal way where they have gun control and it did not help our communities,” continued Jones, referring to gun laws in places like Chicago. “And so I’m not willing to disarm myself.”
“One thing I will say is I wish the left would be a little bit more honest. Can they just say they don’t like the Second Amendment?”
.@LawrenceBJones3: “I’ve never seen a better example of white privilege than @jimmykimmel. He’s a rich white man that has security but he doesn’t want other Americans to have security as well, have the Second Amendment.” pic.twitter.com/5kBPWtg4Ip
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Another man on the panel tried to rebut Jones’ attack on liberals idealism of gun control saying that this shouldn’t be a partisan issue and both parties should be working to make stricter gun control laws. But Jones fought back and said there are no gun control laws currently that would have prevented the Santa Fe shooting.