November 1, 2016
Woaw, dude, chill out with that stuff.
Personally, I wouldn’t want Clinton shot.
A long and humiliating trial, followed by lifelong prison sentence, seems like a more satisfying fate for her. Though if she’s hanged for treason, I wouldn’t mind that either.
But hey, if Senator Burr wants to discuss shooting politicians to spruce up his speeches, I don’t mind.
I guess when people are angry, they do crazy things like that.
Sen. Richard Burr privately mused over the weekend that gun owners may want to put a “bullseye” on Hillary Clinton, according to audio obtained by CNN.
The North Carolina Republican, locked in a tight race for reelection, quipped that as he walked into a gun shop “nothing made me feel better” than seeing a magazine about rifles “with a picture of Hillary Clinton on the front of it.”
“I was a little bit shocked at that — it didn’t have a bullseye on it,” he said Saturday to GOP volunteers, prompting laughter from the crowd in Mooresville, North Carolina. “But on the bottom right (of the magazine), it had everybody for federal office in this particular state that they should vote for. So let me assure you, there’s an army of support out there right now for our candidates.”
The comments resemble similar ones made by Donald Trump in August when the GOP nominee said “Second Amendment people” could take matters into their own hands if Clinton became president.
But unlike Trump, Burr is saying sorry.
That’s where you made your first mistake, Burr.
These people are like sharks. Once they get the smell of blood, they attack even harder. By apologizing, you’re not taking heat off your back, you’re just painting a target on yourself.
Also, it’s pretty gay.
Are you a cuck, Richard? Because that’s how you become a cuck.
“The comment I made was inappropriate, and I apologize for it,” Burr, the Senate Intelligence Committee chairman, said in a Monday statement to CNN.
Nothing uglier than seeing a grown man apologize.
Anyway, it’s interesting to see politicians starting to unknot their tongues a bit.
I guess this is the Trump Effect in action.