Colion Noir, NRA TV show host, released a video on Friday questioning Kim Kardashian's mental health and whether or not she should be allowed to own a gun. The video has since been deleted, but website Media Matters preserved the video for posterity.
Kardashian on Jun. 2 penned an open letter on her website that promoted "stricter gun control laws and restricted access to firearms for people with mental illness."
The reality star came under heavy fire over the letter, as many people called her a hypocrite for having armed guards as part of her entourage.
Writing the open letter in honor of National Gun Violence Awareness Day, Kardashian said, "In almost 20 years, our country has made very little progress in enacting laws that would help protect innocent Americans from people who should not have access to firearms. This is crazy!”
She later asked, "Is it more important to protect the Second Amendment than to protect our own children?"
Kardashian concluded her open letter with an admonishment to the government, warning against lax gun control laws.
"[I] believe that we should restrict access to firearms for people with mental illness, anyone previously convicted of a misdemeanor, those who have been subject to a temporary restraining order and those at higher risk of committing gun violence," she said, doubling down on earlier remarks.
Noir took issue with Kardashian's letter and filmed a video in response.
“Kim, let’s be real," Noir said in the video. "You have a book of selfies. You are the epitome of a narcissist, which, last I checked, narcissistic personality disorder is a mental illness. Not to mention your self-admitted dealings with anxiety and the PTSD you suffered from being robbed at gunpoint."
“My dear, you have several mental illnesses," he continued. "So should we make your name number 75,001 of people who should not be allowed to own guns? Then again, you are an elitist of the highest order, so I’m sure you’d consider yourself an exception.”
On Thursday Noir took aim at comedienne Chelsea Handler in a rant against "elitists."
"So sick of celebs like
@chelseahandler projecting their elitist moral superiority on guns w/ no real knowledge of the issue," he wrote.
He later tweeted, "Most celebrity antigun [sic] activism is nothing more than, 'I don't want those little normal Ppl having guns around me' elitism In [sic] hiding."
See the full video below.