Via Daily Caller:

MSNBC personality Toure, currently a co-host of the cable network’s mid-day chat show “The Cycle,” declared on his blog Monday that it’s morally acceptable for slaves to kill their owners.

Toure made the declaration on, in a review of Quentin Tarantino’s new slavery-themed action film “Django Unchained.”

“For the descendants of slaves, who live in a world still tangibly doused in slavery’s residue, watching Django kill his oppressors could possibly feel cathartic. If murder can ever be morally justified by the presence of clear, undiluted, sustained evil — and I believe it can — then it is justified when a slave kills a master,” Toure wrote.

Toure spent the majority of his review discussing the film’s racial implications, ultimately concluding that “Django” is not racist because it depicts black slaves killing white slaveowners, and Toure finds that empowering.

“Django is heroic not just for rescuing his wife but also for spreading justice by putting slavemasters in the grave. It’s honestly baffling to me that smart people could find Django’s slavemaster killings as anything other than heroic,” Toure wrote.

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