Over the past week, the tension between the U.S. and North Korea has grown to epic proportions as President Trump continues to play with fire. Trump told reporters that North Korea would be met with fire and fury if it fails to cooperate with his orders to stop testing its missiles.
National Rifle Association (NRA) TV host, Grant Stinchfield, is known for making controversial comments on his extreme TV show, and his latest comment could end his career.
“Let’s send a note to North Korea that Sacramento changed its name to Guam!”
North Korea had responded to Trump’s threat of fire and fury by announcing its plan to bomb the waters outside of Guam.
The lunatic Stinchfield was insane enough to hope that North Korea would change its target to Sacramento instead of Guam. This is a sick and unacceptable joke. The NRA host has since deleted the tweet, but the damage is done.
Twitter users are understandably appalled by his comment:
From his bio – "The mission is to expose idiocracy." Little does he realize he's accomplished his mission. #selfownage
— Tracy (@tracymohr) August 11, 2017
This is how conservatives talk about their fellow Americans.
You guys can't even get being nationalists right.
— Jessica 🍩 (@NoFascistsPls) August 11, 2017
Anyone who promotes VIOLENCE, DEATH & DESTRUCTION to US soil is a Terrorist. Grant Stinchfield just did those exact things.
— Nicole Daniel (@Nichole03575747) August 11, 2017
Stinchfield issued the following apology via the Daily News:
“It was meant as a joke and I regret it. What’s going on with North Korea is no laughing matter.”
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