Rep. Eric Swalwell thinks that making threats is the lowest form of communication. Huh. Maybe Eric missed it but he himself was threatening to nuke gun owners just a few months ago.
Making threats is the lowest form of communication.
If your response to a lawmaker proposing to change gun laws is to threaten to kill that lawmaker, you are proving why we need better laws on firearm possession in America. pic.twitter.com/uhWfJmofEA
— Eric Swalwell (@ericswalwell) April 23, 2019
And he posted this HIMSELF so you know he thinks it’s a good thing.
Our turn …
‘Making threats IS the lowest form of communications, Eric.
If your response to a citizen challenging your ideas around taking away their firearms is to threaten to nuke that citizen, you are proving why we need better people in office in America.’
See, we can play that game too.
By your flawed logic the American Revolution would have never commenced. The #2A is literally for overthrowing a corrupt government that is violating inherent rights.
— Richard M. Castaldo (@Castaldo2018) April 23, 2019
i mean, you threatened to nuke people, so, you can just sit right down.
— Tommy (@NYAVGtommy) April 23, 2019
— ? ⚾️ Chris Madsen ? ? (@rule5pick) April 23, 2019
There's only one valid law on firearm possession in America…
The second amendment.
That is the threat, otherwise why are you so against it?https://t.co/oYqg5wpbPN
— angry libertarian NPC (@mattatat138) April 23, 2019
No one should threaten you, you are correct. However, you are dumb.
— Ron “Baker” Mexico (@SimpleWater1) April 23, 2019
Just nuke em
— Matthew Cardiel (@MillenialMatt92) April 23, 2019
— Dawn M (@dawnegurl) April 23, 2019
— Mike Marshall (@marshall1367) April 23, 2019