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MSNBC Guests Imply Trump’s Election Remarks Deserved Drone Strike Against Him


How low can they go?

After accusing President Trump and his voters of “inciting violence,” pundits on MSNBC are *actually* using violent rhetoric.

One of the MSNBC guests appeared to imply that Trump’s election remarks could have warranted a drone strike against him.

During the segment, former FBI agent Clint Watts said:

If you took what President Trump said, and instead put it in Anwar Awlaki’s mouth, we would be talking about a drone strike overseas.

Can you imagine if a conservative said the same thing about Joe Biden?

Or Barack Obama?

Or Hillary Clinton?

There would be never-ending outcry and that contributor would likely be fired from the network.

But because this is MSNBC, hardly anyone in the mainstream media has noticed.

See the segment below:

What’s stunning is that this is coming from the mouth of a former FBI agent.

It’s clear that many former FBI officials were truly biased against Trump!

The National Pulse reports:

MSNBC Contributor Clint Watts insisted that Donald Trump’s comments warranted a “drone strike” during a segment decrying President Trump for “inciting” violence at the U.S. Capitol.

Watts, also a former Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent and advocate of the 2016 Russia collusion narrative, made the violent suggestion on an MSNBC panel alongside Nicole Wallace, Miles Taylor, and Zolan Kanno-Youngs.

“If you took what President Trump said, and instead put it in Anwar Awlaki’s mouth, we would be talking about a drone strike overseas,” Watts said.

Let us be very clear: demanding election INTEGRITY and AUTHENTICITY is not a crime.

It is nothing remotely close to terrorism.

It is the basic building block of democracy.

Watts should be ashamed of his comments!

The worst part?

Watts appeared to be egged on by MSNBC commentator Nicole Wallace.

According to Breitbart:

Anchor Nicolle Wallace said, “There are not two sides to be taken on the question of incitement. Clint Watts, I would like you to speak about fighting terrorism just in general, and as an art and a science. I don’t know of any examples where they simply go to the crime scene and deal with the person who was radicalized to carry out violence. It always starts at the other end of the fish’s head and goes to the incitement, the idea makers, the people sending out the messages. How do you deal with a domestic terror threat without dealing with those inciting it and spreading it?”

Watts said, “Nicolle, you can’t. You’ll always be on your heels, always be reactive. We had a period after 9/11 where we were trying to get left of a boom as they would say as they would say in counter-terrorism. Which is can you get way up the stream of attack and root out the confluences that bring about that attack?”

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He continued, “If you took what President Trump said and instead put it in Anwar al-Awlaki’s mouth, we would be talking about a drone strike overseas. That’s one aspect with our political leaders talking about this rhetoric.”

He added, “There are several other reasons. Domestic terrorists have open access to weapons in ways that international terrorists did not. Never did we have many ISIS supporters who have acquired handguns, long guns, explosives, explosive primers, if you look at that Michigan militia plot, they were talking about diversionary devices.”

It’s sad that mainstream media outlets and former FBI agents continue to frame President Trump and his voters as “domestic terrorists.”

That is clearly not true.

This is a coordinated smear campaign.

As as the second witch hunt, um… excuse us… “impeachment trial” begins, it is clear that the far left will be all-hands-on-deck.


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