NRATV host Colion Noir hit back at a HuffPost contributor who wrote on Twitter that she was "confused" about seeing an "affluent black man driving a BMW" with pro-NRA and Tea Party bumper stickers. 

“Out on the road the other day I saw an affluent black man driving a BMW with two bumper-stickers. One was pro-NRA and the other one was a Tea Party sticker that read, ‘Don't tread on me.’ This left me very confused.” Kimberley Johnson wrote in a now-deleted tweet. 

The tweet drew immediate outrage and Johnson later accused critics of "putting words in [her] mouth" and argued that she was intending to make a point about what motivates people to vote for certain candidates. 

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Noir, who debated gun rights with Bill Maher a few weeks ago, said he was offended at first by the tweet, but now sees it as an opportunity to have a conversation on his show with Johnson. 

"She was absolutely clear. It was pretty evident that she made an assumption about a black man in a BMW based on bumper stickers he had on his car," he said on "Fox & Friends." 

Noir said he views his recent conversation with Maher as an example of two people with opposite views on an issue listening to one another and finding a middle ground.

"Hopefully we can continue that with her coming on my show," he said. 

Watch Noir's full response above.

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