NRA Host Urges North Korea To Nuke California

The New York Daily News reports:

An NRA television host has apologized for suggesting that one of America’s enemies abroad could switch their sights from the Western Pacific to liberals in the U.S. “Let’s send a note to North Korea that Sacramento changed its name to Guam!” NRA TV personality Grant Stinchfield posted on Twitter Friday morning.

It was not immediately clear why Stinchfield suggested Northern California as a possible substitute for the destruction that Pyongyang has threatened against America’s territory east of the Philippines.

Sacramento is the state capital of California, whose strict gun laws have repeatedly earned the ire of the National Rifle Association. Stinchfield told the Daily News Friday afternoon that he is sorry for the remark. “It was meant as a joke and I regret it,” he said by phone.

So here’s Stinchfield’s clip angrily denouncing claims that the NRA incites violence.

  • matrem

    If certain states want to pledge allegiance to trump, let them fucking secede. All the haters can go live in this conservative utopia while the rest of us can move on and progress.

  • kirtanloorii

    NRA is the home of Vanilla ISIS.

    • another_steve

      “Vanilla ISIS.”

      I’m naming my rock band that.

    • bambinoitaliano
      • Oscarlating Wildely

        Alright, I’ll fess up: I used to think that he was wicked hot when I was a kid.

        • Jonathan Smith

          and then we all grew up…….

          • bambinoitaliano

            And then we travel abroad and discover the buffet of varieties available 😛

        • bambinoitaliano

          Twinkie is good when you get stuck in a motel in the middle of nowhere 😛

          • MT YVR

            It’s good when in a motel to get stuck in the middle of a twink…

            Wait, what?

      • ospalh

        I a) am getting old and b) feel Under Pressure lately. Also, b.2) i’m still a Freddie Mercury fan.

  • Todd20036

    I think it’s safe to say that all “responsible gun owners” left the NRA in the dust long ago, and all that’s left are Nazis with guns

    • glass

      Or as I like to call them, straight white men with small dicks who can’t get laid because they are so repulsive.

    • robindaybird

      and shills for the arms manufacturers who profit from whipping these people up into a frenzy.

  • boobert

    Idiots don’t realize how large the California economy is. If you lose that , the US will plunge into a depression .

    • Todd20036

      And will never recover, outside of a few cities.

      The Great Recession was bad enough.

      • FAEN

        Hey feeling any better?

    • Mark Née Fuzz

      It won’t matter to crackpots holed up in the boonies, behind their bunkers, with their stockpiles of weaponry and Jim Bakker’s slop buckets full of pancake batter.

    • shrpblnd

      Not to mention how much food comes from California. We produce almost all of the country’s almonds, apricots, dates, figs, kiwi fruit, nectarines, olives, pistachios, prunes, and walnuts. CA leads in the production of avocados, grapes, lemons, melons, peaches, plums, and strawberries. Only Florida produces more oranges.

      • Ben in Oakland

        And right wing nut jobs.

      • Talisman

        Sounds like a bunch of stuff only elitists and hippies eat.

        /s

        • shrpblnd

          Hope those right wingers don’t like steak either. California is the second ranked producer of livestock products behind Texas for milk, beef cattle, eggs, sheep, turkeys, and pigs.

        • pch1013

          California is #1 in milk production, #1 in lettuce, #2 in rice, and #5 in apples (Washington, which terrorists like Stinchfield would presumably also like to see nuked, is #1).

          And, of course, California #1 (by far) in weed.

      • Oscarlating Wildely

        But not blueberries! NJ has the market there– and Michigan, if you like blueberries from a fucked up state.

        • Stephen Elliot Phillips

          I love NJ tomatoes

          • Oscarlating Wildely

            They were almost made the State fruit. Blueberries won. Should have been tomatoes.

        • Bonobo

          The San Diego Costco sells blueberries grown in Canada.

      • boatboy_srq

        Their food doesn’t come from Cali, it comes from Piggy Wiggly.

        • Cattleya1

          It is very hard to convince some people that food does not come from grocery stores…

          • Shy Guy

            My neighbours run an organic farm. They have school trips where a bus full of children come to see the sheep, and milking the goats, etc.

            One of the kids said “Ewwww! We don’t drink animal milk, only store milk.”

            Another kid wanted to know why they were burying potatoes in the field.

      • Longpole

        They don’t care, real mericans only meat and potatoes.

        • Chicago joe

          And then only in the form of burgers and fries……

      • Cattleya1

        Not for long – Citrus is on a deathwatch. Citrus Greening is a plant plague and it has reached CA. The rethugs keep vetoing research into treatments, cures, and prevention.

    • Octavio

      California is the 7th largest economy in the world.

      • boatboy_srq

        One more reason it can’t be in Real Ahmurrrrca, if it’s competing with the US of A.

        /s

    • pch1013

      The moment a nuke hits any populated area anywhere – even North Korea – the entire global economy will collapse almost instantly.

      • Adam Schmidt

        I don’t think it would drop out completely. Recession sure. However, the country that drops that nuke is going to be sanctioned by every world power. Trade will fucking stop with whoever drops a nuke.

        • pch1013

          Nuclear war is unprecedented in the lifetimes of most people alive today. The moment a nuke detonates, there will be runs on banks, stores, etc. as people rush to stockpile staple goods. It will turn incredibly ugly, incredibly fast.

          • JCF

            ITA, pch1013. Humanity has told itself, for 70+ years, that nukes were only used because 1) it was WW2, and 2) the USA didn’t really know any better.

            When that mythos goes away, then ALL bets are off. The genie is out of the bottle. And nothing is more certain, than they will be used again (and a WHOLE lot sooner than 70 years!).

    • bambinoitaliano

      Just tell the idiot how much the NRA will lost if California no longer exist. He can’t do the math he certainly knows how to count the guns and bullets at least no?

    • Oh, Parker

      They don’t hate America, just the successful liberal parts.

  • liondon#iamnotatraitor

    Har har har… just kidding…buncha libtards… amiright? har har har..

  • Stubenville
  • Mark Née Fuzz

    Um, “the violent left”, as he called it, never suggested a foreign power should nuke Sacramento.

  • PickyPecker

    OT: If you’re like me, it’s good to get in a pleasant distraction from all this mess (even if just for a few minutes). SO…here you go. A very nicely done (award winning) animated short that dropped just a couple days ago. Enjoy!!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hgJFegAwBPc

  • bambinoitaliano

    Colluding with Russia to invade US. Asking North Korea to take out your own country. Just another regular day in the New America. Move along. Nothing to see here.

  • Halou

    Wow, so patriotic.

  • Talisman

    This is the world we live in…smh

  • Octavio

    So much white man with small penis rage. Tsk, tsk, tsk.

  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    Go to hell.

  • kelven

    I know science is not a strong suit with these types, but surely he understands the basics of nuclear weapons and fallout and the winds carry most weather from California to at least half the country within a few days. Of course he falls back on the ultimate maga line when called out for his ignorance, “I was just joking!”

    • Stephen Elliot Phillips

      If he’s joking why is it not funny? He’s just a dumb fuck redneck. so sick of them controlling the dialog simply because they shout at everybody

  • glass

    The National Reject Association wants a nuclear war to destroy America. How patriotic of you.

  • crewman

    People who make public statements like this are hotheads (at best). Hotheads do not have the temperament to safely own guns. They should be banned from receiving weapons licenses and should be compelled to surrender all weapons. If there were legal safeguards keeping people like that from owning weapons some of my resistance to gun ownership would diminish.

    • Tomcat

      No, mental instability is no longer a deterrent to owning a gun in the new improved MAGA.

  • Ben in Oakland

    Maybe the NK can nuke the NRA.

    HEY! It was a joke.

    • another_steve

      (Donning my Sarah Huckabee wig and voice…)

      Look, Ben in Oakland was only joking. You guys in the media are so anxious to make something of nothing.

      Next question please…

      • Bluto

        Please tell us you don’t own a navy blue venus flytrap dress.

        • another_steve
          • Silver Badger

            I am speechless. That doesn’t happen often.

          • RidingTheLine

            That’s bad, even for you. But it did make me laugh.

        • I’ve been upvoting you over at some other blog but the upvotes are removed within seconds–very odd.

          • Bluto

            I think down votes subtract from up votes, nazis & deplorables & affiliated scum I suppose. I’ve noticed that some peeps here attract a lot of down votes on even benign comments. It seems they’ve become troll targets.
            Whatever, there’s no prize or accolades for vote count & I won’t waste my breath with these lowlifes.

          • That’s not what I was wondering about. I upvote people and the upvotes disappear. All of my comments have been wiped. Yet I still have access? It’s odd.

            For me, upvotes are a shorthand way of saying, “Saw what you wrote, ‘Yay!’, but I got other people to reply to right now. Maybe we can chat, later.”.

            I would have left this comment at that other blog but I think it would have been deleted as soon as the Modinator saw it.

          • Bluto

            I dunno then, Disqus behaves oddly sometimes.

  • Lumpy Gaga

    Hey, Grant. Let’s rip off your childrens’ heads and shit down their necks.

    https://larryfire.files.wordpress.com/2014/06/gilly-copy.jpg

  • Gigi

    It’s okay guys! Stinchfield told the New York Daily News on Friday that the tweet was “meant as a joke.” Phew, glad that’s over. /S

  • FAEN

    How come I’m not hearing the term ‘Radical Christian Terrorism’ which is what this is.

    • Gustav2

      Because it is properly called, “Radical Christianist Terrorism?”

      • FAEN

        Maybe that’s it!

  • Oscarlating Wildely

    As he loves guns so much, i am sure that he will be the first to volunteer, along with every member of his family, the second his piece of shit president wages war. Once your kid comes back missing limbs– if he’s lucky– we’ll talk about the wonder of military engagement. Oh, unless your house gets nuked first. Go fuck yourself, you ammosexual freak.

  • AtticusP

    Encouraging an enemy to attack one’s own country used to be called “treason” when I was a kid.

    I wonder what they’re calling it these days.

    • Gigi

      ‘Merican-loving conservatism.

    • FAEN

      The Republican Party.

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    • Dana Stinson

      Christianity.

    • pch1013

      #MAGA

      • Gigi

        Morons
        Are
        Governing
        Again

        • (((GC)))

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    • Tatonka

      “Locker room talk.”

    • Bad Tom

      A joke. Literally.

      • AtticusP

        I will grant you that. But, given the tenor of the times, a joke that was in very poor taste and very poorly timed.

    • Frostbite

      “Just boys talk”

    • Mark McGovern

      If it isn’t it should be. Unfathomable that a US citizen would invite nuclear attack from an enemy who is threatening nuclear war.

    • Bluto
    • ospalh

      I was (an am) against calling any Team-Trump–Russia collusion “treason”, as Russia is not a literal enemy of the US.

      But there was never a formal peace treaty after the Korea war, and “oh, you want to, maybe, kill 160’000 of our citizens? Why don’t you kill three times as many or more instead‽” seems to fit the description of “giving them aid and comfort”.

      So, yeah, ianal, but this one *does* sound like actual treason.

      • Chucktech

        I would consider Russia a hostile foreign power so the treason label really isn’t too far off.

    • Cattleya1

      The real problem is that we are no longer a ‘Nation”. We are 2 different groups of people inhabiting the same geographic space. Maybe it truly is time for partition. We’d get the bigger space since we (the liberals and normal people) are more numerous.

    • Smith_90125

      Only when “they” do it. Remember John Bolton’s terrorist threat against the UN which went unpunished?

    • blasp

      population control.

  • another_steve

    How far is the Castro from Sacramento?

    I’m concerned.

    • sfbob

      About 90 miles. Perhaps a bit more.

      • another_steve

        EVACUATE, QUEER SISTERS AND BROTHERS!

        EVACUATE!

    • RidingTheLine

      Going to flee to Lavender Heights?

  • Octavio

    I’m eagerly waiting for the day when the news is plastered with a mass shooting by loonies with automatic weapons at NRA headquarters.

  • Ragnar Lothbrok
    • Octavio

      Coolness. 🙂

    • another_steve

      Lovely. Thank you.

      There is still good and beauty in the world.

      • Cattleya1

        20 some years ago, driving to work I slowed down when I saw a dog howling on the side of the road. I got even with her and realized her puppies had been crushed by traffic, trying to cross the road. I have seen a lot of people die in the course of my career as a physician, and I have never felt so desolate as I did in that moment. I felt so utterly helpless. Thank entropy these kind men were able to save her babies.

        • Ragnar Lothbrok

          🙁 But, appreciate you sharing.

          • Cattleya1

            There is a lot of hate out there, right now. We have to find ways to be kinder to each other and the other critters who share this fragile planet.

          • Ragnar Lothbrok

            SO right. I am inclined to devote most of my life for the critters as much as possible.

        • another_steve

          I live in rural/suburban America. I know the feeling. I often see on the sides of roads fawns that have inadvertently been hit by cars.

          I once hit one by accident. A terrible experience.

    • Ben in Oakland

      That was very sweet.

    • Christopher

      I’m fine! Really!

      I’m sure someone was cutting onions somewhere. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/0125139925b4692447596d82382f9067453b1e8dcbb593fc7c3341ddc0440eea.jpg

    • Gustav2

      250 geese killed because Columbus couldn’t scare them from Downtown

      http://www.dispatch.com/news/20170810/250-geese-killed-because-columbus-couldnt-scare-them-from-downtown

      • another_steve

        Canada Geese can be a real issue for municipalities here in the U.S.

        Near where I live, there’s a popular lake with a path around it. The path became practically unusable due to the volume of geese droppings. The town employed dogs specially trained to scare the geese off, and put into effect other anti-geese deterrents.

        The geese eventually went elsewhere.

      • Ragnar Lothbrok

        Ah something is in my way – Kill it ! The American way………

        • Gustav2

          The whole Scioto River area downtown has been turned into parkland. The small damns removed and the reclaimed banks have been turned into parkland and walkways, etc. There was shit everywhere.

      • Too many geese. Foxes, coyotes, wolves, lynx, bobcats and cougars all LOVE delectable young goslings, ducklings and the like. Too bad we wiped them out first.

    • Rocco

      Perfect. Sometimes, some of us get it right. Hey if Anne Frank could still be an optimist who am I?

    • Cattleya1

      That is so beautiful! Thank you for posting this!

    • greenmanTN

      I always liked clips like this but recently they’ve become NECESSARY to remind myself of good in the world.

      However, funny story. I was in a park in Denmark on a misty day and there was a swan floating in the middle of a small pond, looking for all the world like a perfume ad or greeting card. So I got closer to take a picture but the swan swam closer to shore behind the tall reeds and cattails growing there. So I got the bright idea to smack the outer reeds with my umbrella to scare it back into the middle so I could get my photo.

      Well all the sudden there was an explosion of honking big-ass, pissed off swan through the reeds and chased me around the park! Have you ever seen the wing-span of a swan? HUGE! Do not fuck with swans. They don’t play.

  • Rocco

    “Stenchfield” kinda says it all…

  • TheGrandWazoo2

    When Steve Scalise was shot I looked at comments on a number of right-wing websites. The general thrust of them being:

    We should hunt down the violent leftists and kill them.

    • Tomcat

      What do you expect, that sounds just like Donald trump?

  • Jonathan Smith
    • bambinoitaliano

      Not until we send this idiot to North Korea as part of the sentencing.

    • Ken M

      If only proving the 25th on 45 was that quick and easy.

  • Paula

    I get so tired of the MAGA shitheads saying this. They don’t realize how much of our economy and food supply comes from California.

    • another_steve

      Not to mention how many fairies and lezzies are situated there.

    • m_lp_ql_m

      Or when they complain about how high taxes are here without realizing that we send more of it to the federal government (to subsidize white welfare queens in red states) than we get back from the federal government.

  • Phaius

    This is the same guy who didn’t know that the Republican party was called the “National Union Party” during the Civil War.

  • Ninja0980

    But remember, Rep. Kathleen Rice was totally wrong yesterday in saying Dana Loesch and members of the NRA were national security threats.

  • Tatonka

    Please go throw yourself into a volcano.

  • Tomcat

    Lets make one thing perfectly clear,,, threats are not funny and must not be used as jokes for mentally disturbed individuals pleasure.

  • AndyinChicago

    Millions if not billions of people would die. Who actually wants that?

    • Palmer

      Cheetoh Mussolini and his horde of Deplorable Minions.

    • bambinoitaliano

      Criminals who are avoiding prosecution. Now they are in control of the government.

      • sfbob

        And who think that bombs and fallout and riots will somehow magically avoid them.

        • bambinoitaliano

          If they believe in the existence of sky fairy…….

          • sfbob

            Oh I doubt that’s the basis of their feeling of immortality.

            Trump, after all, thinks he’s the greatest thing ever. What need does he have for a god? Other than as something to invoke in order to keep the base behind him.

  • DaveMiller135

    The NRA claims 5 million members. I’m setting aside the controversy over whether they keep lifetime members on the rolls after they die. That’s 1.5 something percent of the population. Where does their funding come from, because they do not have numbers. Oh, and PS, the population of CA is nearly 40 million. If we need a bake sale to arm California against the NRA, I make terrific lemon bars and brownies.

    • Tomcat

      Drop them from the rolls if they don’t shoot at least once in 4 years.
      Oh wait that is for voting suppression. Nevermind.

    • Gustav2

      If you want to use our areas shooting ranges, you are automatically signed up for the NRA. Then you get a “discount” the following visits.

  • Tomcat

    Want to really see a war with the NRA. Wait until one of them kills a Trump family member.

  • JT

    NRA Host Urges North Korea To Nuke California

    Arrest him for treason. Try, convict and execute him by firing squad.

  • Gerry Fisher

    Americans really need to snap out of this fever dream we’ve been in for about a decade. It’s long past “getting dangerous.”

    • sfbob

      The fever dream (really, it’s a nightmare) has existed for a very long time. LIke an epidemic it spent decade upon decade sequestered in small outbreaks. Tough to say precisely when it began to break out and spread throughout the nation but it’s been well over thirty years and perhaps as along as eighty.

  • Ninja0980

    https://twitter.com/NoahCRothman/status/896033336778526720
    Simply look to this asshole to know why it won’t matter.
    The NRA can imply people not like them are the enemy and basically call for all out war but heaven forbid you call them out in any way.

  • ted-

    Can you just say, “it was meant as a joke” these days and get away with it?

  • boatboy_srq

    Hyperpartisan ammosexual requests foreign nation attack his country and “nuke” part of it because he thinks a lot of people he doesn’t like live there and his agenda would get more traction without a few million of his fellow citizens.

    How patriotic.

    /s

    • He’s not thinking that deeply. He hates CA, ‘cuz reasons. He also knows that folks like O’Liarly and Rushbo “made their bones” by saying stupid, outrageous, hateful shit about non-whites, liebrulz, women and furriners.

      • boatboy_srq

        No he’s not thinking that deeply. Which itself is proof that he’s no patriot, his lurve of Ahmurrrrca is a sham and he’s treading deep in Confederate territory.

        • They tend to call the dust-up of 1861-1865, “The War of Northern Aggression”; I call it, “The War of Southern Treachery”. They tend to not like that.

  • Mark McGovern

    It all seems so hopeless. So discouraging. And we don’t even live there. The divisions in the USA are toxic. Somehow it’s got to be addressed, or we’re done.

    That man thinks this is a joke. He has invited hostilities on the USA in a potential time of war. Treason yet?

    • Tomcat

      Blind threats by citizens are not treason. Wish they were but they are NOT.
      Now if he were in the military, that is different.

      • Tomcat

        Military lives under a totally different code of conduct.

      • JT

        Sorry, but inviting a foreign power attack the US is treason.

        • Tomcat

          Wrong again, not for a citizen with no influence in government.

          • JT

            Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States,
            levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.

            (June 25, 1948, ch. 645, 62 Stat. 807; Pub. L. 103–322, title XXXIII, § 330016(2)(J), Sept. 13, 1994, 108 Stat. 2148.)

          • Tomcat

            None of that would make a citizen guilty of treason for asking a foreign nation to attack us. Think about that for one minute then respond if you really feel the need.

          • JT

            I believe you should think about it for several minutes.

          • Tomcat

            I am done arguing with you JT, Not worth it .

          • JT

            You haven’t provided any argument at all. Your view seems to be that private citizens cannot be guilty of treason, which is obviously shown to be false by the history of the application of the law.

          • Karl Dubhe

            He’d have to go much further than merely saying a nasty thing like that.

            The guy would have to fund the attack, or help plan it, or help execute it…

            Until then, not treason.

          • JT

            We disagree.

          • One could make the case that he’s a representative of the NRA and the NRA has a disproportionate influence on government.

        • Tomcat

          If it were all the religious zealots would be treasonous for asking God to destroy their enemies.

          • JT

            If dog were a foreign enemy and they were inviting an attack on the country, yes.

        • No, it’s not–but it’s a surprisingly good way to get some street justice if you back the wrong horse. The NRA seems to have become a magnet for shitheads who think that gunz are what make them “better”. Sad, but true.

  • Ninja0980

    https://twitter.com/yashar/status/896110702657654784
    Glad to see Rep. Rice isn’t backing down from the NRA.
    They want to push shit like this, they should get called out.

    • And a threadful of moronz with gunz–I keep telling people: “I actually LIKE gunz, I just don’t NEED any. What I don’t like is idiotz with gunz.”. They don’t hear anything except “hate” and “gunz”.

  • Ken M

    FOX will be defending his 1st amendment rights by news time.

  • bkmn

    Can we send KJU Stinchfield’s address?

  • ultragreen

    These people really are our most dangerous enemies.

  • Jmdintpa

    this country is a powder keg. which spark will finally set it off and just how bad will the carnage be?

  • sfbob

    And a hearty “fuck you” to you, Mr Stinchfield, sir.

  • netxtown

    so much hate from such a little man. of course, he hasn’t the balls to go fight NK himself….maybe slip into some of that camouflage gear and go after Kim….naw, won’t do it. he’s all bulldog mouth, and poodle ass.

  • Dreaming Vertebrate

    NRA: Where’s the good guy with the nuke when you need one.

  • Superman

    Traitor.

  • Mike C

    This is about gun rights and safety how? They’re just a (wannabe) terrorist organization.

  • Christopher
  • Raising_Rlyeh

    “It was not immediately clear why Stinchfield suggested Northern California as a possible substitute for the destruction that Pyongyang has threatened against America’s territory east of the Philippines.”

    I feel the author is rather naive. Conservatives would love for California to be eliminated. Conservatives wouldn’t give a fuck about the loss of “liberal” lives

  • Lumpy Gaga

    Pyongyang Grant

  • paganguy

    So, he angrily incites violence while angrily denying claims that they incite violence. Got it.

  • Leo Tallant

    To Grant Stinchfield,

    Go fuck yourself,

    California Resident

    • Daveed_WOW

      LOL. That’s my go-to phrase lately. I forgot my manners when they started to take my rights away.

  • Hank
    • kareemachan

      Well, what did you expect?

      [sigh]

  • Michael Hampton

    “She got death threats so I’m going to threaten the entire state of California by asking another country to NUKE them!” What fu**ing morons.

  • Michael Hampton

    And I got banned from twitter for a week because some moron was blaming the victims of Eric Boling for getting sexually assaulted, so I told them that if they ever get raped, I hope I am there to blame them for it. Yet THIS asshole who just threatened an entire state still gets to tweet.

    • It can happen for “being mean” to liars, too, also.

      NRA–No Rational Argument; or maybe that should be, No Rationality Allowed.

  • ceeenbee

    What do you expect? They are emulating the shitgibbon in the White House who asked its puppeteer in russia to attack our democracy with hackers, live during a debate with HRC.

  • Jack

    NRA TV?

    What am I missing?

    • BobSF_94117

      Reruns of the Flint-Lock-Stones.

  • sfjohn

    as I said over on Raw Story: Oh look…………………little pencil-dick has a boner over violence…….

  • JWC

    Here is a Capital idea, tell them that Fairfax VA is now called Guam and klill 2 birds with one stone

  • stevenj

    What an idiot. Many of the counties north, south and east of Sacramento are red.

  • RJ Bone

    Okay, asshole, let’s go over this again.

    Apologies begin with a sincere “I’m sorry”, followed by recognition that you were wrong and noting that you are taking steps to correct your behavior. You then end with another sincere apology.

    Apologies aren’t sound bites.

  • Gianni

    “He’s just joking.” Where have we heard that before?

    • kareemachan

      “Never” sez the repugs.

  • JCF

    “Let’s send a note to North Korea that Sacramento changed its name to Guam!”

    Come say that to my face, muthafucka. I’ll satyagraha you right on your beloved arse!

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/d81cea04fdd128bda6d6dbb85bde86a9f74085ae4c338e1ca44a3c472b61bab5.jpg

    —JCF in Sacramento

  • Oh, Parker

    Again, just imagine the reaction if we had a Democrat as president who was threatening nuclear strikes and someone from our side said something like this. You could stand outside and hear the screaming from all directions.

    • JCF

      Yes, the distance between the gut-level urge to “Nuke Alabama!”, and actually STATING that urge—well, that’s impulse-control. Aka, being a Democrat.

    • Pat

      I hope our next president is a Democrat from California because I can’t think of a bigger or better Fuck You to that twatwaffle and his asshole audience.

      • Oh, Parker

        Gavin Newsom!

  • Terrance Knowles

    We are plummeting ever faster into the abyss. Where will it stop – or will it?

  • rednekokie

    This numb nuts needs right away, to have the entire world sit on his face.

  • MUELLER KNOWS

    Someone needs to put this ahole in the ground.

  • Menergy

    I think they misspelled “Stench field””

  • The_Wretched

    Some “joke”. He put it in an advertisement for the NRA. When are they going to get labeled an extremist group and investigated?

  • Gregory In Seattle

    So inviting a hostile foreign power to bomb his own country is patriotism nowadays?

  • sword

    How about Fairfax, Virginia as the first target (NRA headquarters)? I am sure that the NRA would be willing the sacrifice their own people (and the rest of the citizenry) to prove a point.

  • andrew

    Traitorous comments are acceptable in right wing America. Putin good. Pelosi bad. They show themselves to be the un-American fucks that they are.

    • Not “un-American”: definitely “anti-American.”

  • SDG

    Sounds like Bibi. So we love the “enemy” more than our own people.

  • Tor

    There is no such thing as conservative “humor.”

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  • colly

    The NRA is a traitor. It only loves the dollar sign.