Conservative Talk Show Host: “Assassinate Members of Congress”

Cross posted from Article of Faith:

Garsh, and the new Democratic Majority hasn’t even been sworn in yet.

Hal Turner: “kill members of Congress”.

“A radio talk-show entertainer whose earlier statements that he “may” have to assassinate members of Congress if the wrong people were elected Nov. 7 now has set a timetable for those killings. In a statement on his website, Hal Turner noted that a newspaper has reported that a bill granting amnesty to illegal aliens is expected to be enacted in January, when the Democratic Party takes control of the U.S. Senate and House.

“ANY MEMBER OF CONGRESS WHO INTRODUCES, CO-SPONSORS OR VOTES IN FAVOR OF ANY SUCH AMNESTY WILL BE DECLARED A DOMESTIC ENEMY AND WILL BE CONSIDERED A LEGITIMATE TARGET FOR ASSASSINATION,” Turner posted on his website.

I don’t know who Hal Turner is (other than a mealy-mouthed xenophobe), but if this is any indication of the bile we can expect from conservatives as the Dems take over tomorrow, gird your loins and prepare for battle.

And btw, why isn’t this prick in jail? I thought threatening to assassinate members of congress was right up there with threatening POTUS…just uttering the words was enough for arrest?

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2 Responses to Conservative Talk Show Host: “Assassinate Members of Congress”

  1. I heard about this somewhere before. I cannot for the life of me figure out why this guy is not only in jail, but still on the radio. A message needs to be sent to people like him and Rush.

  2. Ginny Cotts says:

    That is one pathetic website. Turner is chicken little with the sky is falling changed to his own alarmist convictions. We should be so lucky that all the websites he thinks are under attack would disappear. According to Turner we had already lost our freedom of speech. However, miraculously, the largest radio station in LA is interviewing him tonight. There was to be a major announcement.

    Like, maybe we haven’t quite lost our freedom of speech just yet?