NRATV host calls for jailing students protesting Mitch McConnell: “You can hear the distress in Elaine Chao’s voice”

NRATV host calls for jailing students protesting Mitch McConnell: “You can hear the distress in Elaine Chao’s voice”

Stinchfield: “These violent, socialist intimidators, they should be jailed too”

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From the June 27 edition of NRATV’s Stinchfield:

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GRANT STINCHFIELD (HOST): Maxine is seeing the fruits of her hate speech grow, ripen and get picked straight from the tree. This attack on two government leaders is a result of her call to action, to go and harass people. And it will turn violent. And I’ll tell you, there may be no violence, there is a threat. And they’re becoming more and more common. The violence will come, you watch. We’ve already seen it before, just think about the shooting of a Republican congressman practicing baseball. And you think about the Black Lives Matter march here in Dallas, where a sniper killed five police officers. They are violent, this is proof, the rhetoric has been upped, I’m frightened for anybody out there who speaks up about this. If this was Hillary Clinton or Elizabeth Warren harassed like this, can you imagine? They’d be put in jail. And they should be, really. I’d be the one calling for it. Like these violent, socialist intimidators, they should be jailed too. You can hear the distress in Elaine Chao’s voice.  

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Previously:

NRATV host: Maxine Waters shouldn’t be encouraging anti-administration protests because she “is a black woman who grew up in St. Louis”

NRATV host: Democratic Party leaders encourage violence against Trump supporters “with a wink and a nod”

A guide to NRATV: NRA's news outlet is a hybrid of Breitbart and Infowars

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