Video: Rapper threatens to murder Donald Trump over food stamps

rapperIn a video posted to YouTube on Saturday, Louisiana rapper Maine Muzik threatened to murder presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump over — get this — food stamps.

The expletive-laced video features Muzik saying how he would love “to go to war with Donald Trump because Donald Trump is trying to take food stamps away from my mamma and that’s all the f*** she’s got.”

Pardon me, but Trump isn’t even to anything yet, so how can he take anything from anyone?

“As long as the motherf***ing government let us keep food stamps…we gonna be good but the first time this n**** pass a law talking about the Louisiana Purchase, s*** is going to get ugly,” the rapper said. “I swear to God on every motherf***ing chain I got, b****ez gonna go down.”

“You gotta understand them (inaudible) love Fruit Loops. They love that s*** so if you take that s*** n**** it’s coming with the madness and a n**** ain’t gonna play about that. Y’all take Donald Trump and let him know it’s up over here. We gonna declare war,” he added.

Here’s the video…

The Daily Wire’s Aaron Bandler added:

The video was uploaded the same week as Muzik and fellow rapper T.E.C. received a visit from the police after they posted a video to Instagram showing them parading around guns that they claimed were AK-47’s and pledging to “go to war.”

Muzik’s video is reflective of the welfare mentality that has infected the culture, as nearly 50 million Americans are on food stamps and many treat it “as a cradle-to-grave entitlement.”

Trump himself has previously expressed support for applying welfare-to-work rules to food stamps and other welfare programs, although it’s not something he has staked his 2016 campaign on. However, he did use food stamps as a bludgeon against a heckler in November.

Paging the Secret Service…


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A 10-year veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, Joe ran for a city council position in Riverside, Calif., in 1991 and managed successful campaigns for the Idaho state legislature. Co-author of "Banned: How Facebook enables militant Islamic jihad," Joe wrote for Examiner.com from 2010 until it closed in 2016 and his work has been published at Newsbusters, Spokane Faith and Values and other sites. He now runs the Conservative Firing Line.

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