You know…because tolerance. And peace. And non-violence. And shit.
Via The Gateway Pundit:
John Carburruvius is a Democrat precinct committeeman in Bay Area Houston. He is a well-known Democrat in the state, worked on Noriega for US Senate campaign. He also SERVES ON THE TEXAS STATE DEMOCRAT COMMITTEE. On Friday he urged his twitter followers to murder NRA members and anyone who supports them.
The coward, of course, deleted his threatening tweet, and instead issued a cover-his-ass apology:
Sorry, you pathetic piece of shit, but you don’t get to yell “fire” in a crowded theater and then say, “oops, sorry. My bad.” There are consequences to pay.
But many others captured the Tweet first, knowing the likelihood of it being sent down the memory hole once exposed to the light of day:
John Carburruvius deleted this tweet after taking some heat for it.
I wouldn’t be surprised if this bloviating wussy boy was one of the voices loudly condemning Sarah Palin for putting cross hairs on the images of Democrat candidates for whom she was targeting as vulnerable in the upcoming election for “violent rhetoric” that would lead to an increase in violence and was directly responsible for Jared Loughner shooting Gabby Giffords.
Check out this post from little Johnny back on February 8, 2011, where he laughably writes:
It didn’t take long for the right wing violent rhetoric to start again after the attempted assassination of a United States Congresswoman.
But his own direct suggestion for his Twitter followers (all 672 of ‘em) to go shoot specific people? Nope…that’s not violent rhetoric at all, is it?
On January 21, 2011 Johhny wrote about a Conservative blogger who mouthed off, ”one down, 534 to go” after the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. The blogger had his gun license pulled and a “large amount” of weapons removed his home. Here’s what Johnny had to say then:
Instead of taking Sarah Palin’s recommendation of “reloading”, this blogger loaded his underwear when the Feds raided his home and business investigating what they considered a credible threat.
So, Johnny, if you believe that “one down, 534 to go” constitutes a credible threat worthy of having one’s home and business raided by the FBI, I hope some black sedans are pulling into your driveway right about now, as “can we now shoot the head of the NRA” seems like a much more credible and specific threat than the one you blogged about last year. Wouldn’t you agree, Johnny?
You know what? I hope the sniveling little boy, who most likely wets his panties in the presence of real men, tries to shoot the President of the NRA.
Little Johnny wouldn’t know the barrel end of a gun from the trigger and would be more likely to blow his own hand off trying to figure out how to load and fire the damned thing than he would be to hit his intended target. And the likelihood that the President of the NRA, David Keene, or any of their 4.3 million members being armed and returning fire? Pretty damned high.
I’m guessing the last people anti-gun wussies like John Carburruvius really want to get into a shootout with are armed and trained gun enthusiasts like NRA members.