(Screen capture/Getty Images)

Grant Stinchfield, who is a host at the NRA’s online television network has made some questionable comments about Black Lives Matter activists and how they stoke “racial hatred” against white people.

He began a segment of his show by talking about how “race relations are strained here in America after eight years of Barack Obama,” though he is quick to point out they are “nowhere near as bad as it is in South Africa where white families are being tortured and killed almost every day in racist violence.”

His guest, however, pulled no punches. Chuck Holton warned those watching to be vigilant because BLM activists will work people up to the point that they lash out at white families in the US.

“Right, you know the parallels between what’s happening in South Africa and the blatant racism and violence we’re seeing from people like the Black Lives Matter crowd,” he stated. “If we continue to let this get out of control, to go down this path of this racial tension, this racial hatred that is being forced on the American culture by the Black Lives Matter crowd.

— Gloria Steinem says Black women taught her feminism, praises Black Lives Matter — 

“This has to stop, and if you want to see why it has to stop, you look at South Africa,” he went on. “Over — between three and four thousand white South Africans have been killed in the most horrific ways, brutalized, raped, tortured, drug behind cars, had drills taken to them. Some really horrific things.”

They aren’t the only two NRA hosts to go all in on Black Lives Matter. Coloin Noir blasted the group as well as liberal Democrats who were upset with a recent NRA video in which TheBlaze’s Dana Loesch starred.

Noir claims that with the latest BLM ad attacking the NRA and Loesch, Black Lives Matter has become a “weaponized race-baiting machine, pushing the extreme liberal Democratic agenda, calling any and everything that doesn’t fit that agenda “white supremacy.”

He also took issue with many people’s assertion that Loesch’s ad was the equivalent of the NRA “declaring war against black people.” He said he had a “hard time seeing where this NRA ad called for violence against anyone, much less against black people. If anything, the video was calling for fighting violence with truth. Hell, I saw more white people looting and being destructive in the NRA ad than I ever saw watching a Black Lives Matter protest on liberal cable news shows like CNN.”