Dan Kimmel, a Democrat running for the Minnesota state House, dropped his bid after issuing a tweet that said ISIS — the terrorist group that took credit for Friday’s attacks in Paris and is well-known for its atrocities — “isn’t necessarily evil.”
The tweet was deleted, but not before being captured for all posterity:
He tried to walk back the statement, Twitchy said:
Is America headed for a recession?
But it wasn’t enough, and he ended up closing his campaign:
The reaction on Twitter was pretty much what you’d expect:
#DanKimmel I bet your definition of evil is a tea party member
— Dave Streitmatter (@DStreitmatter) November 15, 2015
Or pretty much anyone to the right of Josef Stalin…
One person asked:
Between comments from the President, Bernie Sanders, and Dan Kimmel, I'd like some clarification of what the Democrat position on ISIS is.
— Jeff Kolb (@jpkolb) November 15, 2015
Good question. We won’t get a good answer, however. There is, of course, a simple cure — defeat every single Democrat in the country.
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