#Resist ‘journalist’ justifies ‘Kill the NRA’ billboard, claims it ‘doesn’t infer to killing people’

On Tuesday, Faye Higbee reported that a billboard in Kentucky prominently displays the violent message, “Kill the NRA.”  A number of people were outraged by the message, but independent reporter, journalist and proud Resistance member Ed Krassenstein twisted himself in knots justifying the message, claiming on Twitter that it “doesn’t infer to killing people.”

“The billboard that reads ‘Kill the NRA’, doesn’t infer to killing people. If you believe that you are just ignorant. The message is simple, ‘Kill the influence that the NRA has on our politicians’,” he wrote.

“Imagine being this incapable of saying ‘yeah, that went too far,'” one person said in response.

Others responded:


One person asked:


Good question.

Another person wrote:

Millions of people, in fact.

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen this kind of rhetoric from the left.  Back in 2014, for example, we brought you the story of Mike Dickinson, a Virginia liberal who said on Twitter he was perfectly okay with the extermination of five million NRA members.  During a 2016 run for mayor of Richmond, Virginia, he said that killing NRA members “wouldn’t be a bad start.”  The tweets are no longer available, but the sentiment remains as we saw Tuesday.

In 2017, Nancy Sinatra called for members of the NRA to be executed by firing squad.

Regarding Krassenstein’s response to the Kentucky billboard, one person wrote:

Another tweeted:

Twitchy responded:

So are we. But actual, honest-to-goodness violent rhetoric just isn’t a big deal as long as it’s directed at conservatives and the NRA.

It certainly seems that way.

This, by the way, is the modern left…


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