Trump-Supporting NRA TV Host Just Rooted For North Korea To Bomb California Instead Of Guam
Grant Stinchfield, a Trump supporter who hosts for the National Rifle Association’s online TV network, called on North Korea to nuke Sacramento, California.
According to Media Matters, Stinchfield tweeted out urging the U.S. to “send a note” to North Korea telling them that “Sacramento changed its name to Guam.”
Since then the Tweet has been deleted, but the internet is forever.
Leave it to a Trump-supporting wingnut to say something so ridiculous.
Stinchfield did get a lot of backlash from Twitter users after his tweet.
So you want N Korea to bomb a US city?
— Ryan Moore (@ryanmoore) August 11, 2017
Oh looky… It's the #MAGA folks showing their love for "their country".
— Liberally Blonde 😼❄ (@Lady_Sisyphus22) August 11, 2017
Joking about bombing an American city shows that you really don't love your country.
— Joseph Patrick (@josephpatrickla) August 11, 2017
And you are a "patriot"?
— Anita (@AnitaM86) August 11, 2017
Your 'mission' is to get Americans to kill other Americans, and now to have a foreign government bomb an American city. YOU TRAITOROUS POS.
— PD Collins (@LilDocCollins) August 11, 2017
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