National Rifle Association board member Ted Nugent called for President Obama and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to be hanged over the Benghazi attacks. The 2012 Benghazi, Libya terrorist attacks are still a talking point with Conservatives while they conveniently dismiss the attacks under George W. Bush’s administration.
Nugent made this post to his nearly 3 million supporters on Facebook Wednesday, writing that Clinton and Obama “should be tried for treason & hung” while pushing the conservative media myth that Obama or Clinton issued a “stand down” order during the September 11, 2012, attack, Media Matters reports.
Nugent’s breathlessly long rant begins with, “Our unholy rotten soulless criminal America destroying government killed 4 Americans in Benghazi. Period! What sort of chimpass punk would deny security, turn down 61 requests for security, then tell US forces to STAND DOWN when they were ready to kickass on the allapukes & save American lives! Obama & Clinton, thats who,” he writes.
“They should be tried for treason & hung. Our entire fkdup gvt must be cleansed asap,” he adds.
Our unholy rotten soulless criminal America destroying government killed 4 Americans in Banghazi. Period! What sort of…
There was no stand down order. Suddenly, this draft dodging, pants-shitter is advocating for those who put themselves in danger overseas. If you believe that this alleged human is irrelevant, remember that he has been a National Rifle Association board member since 1995 and has 2,734,237 followers on Facebook, most of which vote in the elections.
Also, he’s supposed to be dead or in jail, according to his own words. The NRA board member has described our President as a ‘subhuman mongrel,’ while referring to Obama being half-white and half-black.
Nugent said before Barack Obama was elected, “If Barack Obama becomes the president in November, again, I will either be dead or in jail by this time next year.”
Tick tock. Time’s up. Pay up, you aging wingnut rocker. The Secret Service need to pay him a visit and the Grammar police should at least give Nugent a stern talking to.
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