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Liberal talker Mike Malloy to unnamed NRA board member: 'I will shoot you'

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Mike Malloy, the liberal talk show host who once said he wished an angel of the Lord would murder everyone in the Tea Party by cutting off their heads, went over the top again, this time saying he would shoot an unnamed NRA board member, Newsbusters reported Thursday.

Malloy started the segment by falsely claiming Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck suggested former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., be murdered.

"This organization founded by Gabrielle Giffords, you remember her, the former Arizona congresswoman that Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck suggested should be murdered, the one who was critically wounded in a mass shooting in 2011, she calls it 'the most extreme gun bill in America,'" he said, referring to Georgia's Safe Carry Protection Act, derided by opponents as the "guns everywhere" law.

Neither Palin nor Beck have ever suggested such a thing, but that didn't stop Malloy.

"The NRA, which they're behind this of course, they want guns everywhere," he said. "Jesus Christ! I would like to invite one of the NRA board members, and I'll be armed, let's just get this over with, OK? Come on down to Georgia and I'll be packing heat and you be packing heat or whether you want to or not, I don't give a da*n, it's up to you. And you come, meet me someplace, and all of a sudden, see, we have stand your ground here, and all of a sudden I'm going to feel real godd**ned threatened by you! And I will shoot you! If I feel threatened. The law says I can! Ha ha ha ha ha, ha ha ha ha ha!"

"Can we start the more rigorous mental health screenings of short-fused gun owners with you?" Jack Coleman asked.

Coleman, admitting that he's not an attorney, questioned whether Georgia's stand your ground law would cover murdering someone because of their opinion as Malloy suggested.

He also noted Malloy's "abject hypocrisy" of wanting to condemn perceived gun violence by the NRA with gun violence.

But the reality is that Malloy, perhaps one of the most unhinged liberal hatemongers on radio today, has a long history of this kind of eliminationist rhetoric.

As we said earlier, he once expressed a desire to see everyone in the Tea Party murdered.

“These Tea Bag bas***ds who by the way, I just wish they would all just go away -- or, like in Passover, I just wish there was an angel of the Lord that would pass over -- instead of killing the first born in all the households of Egypt just wipe out all the Tea Baggers,” he said.

“Just, you know, the terrible swift sword, just lob their heads off,” he added.

In May 2011, he suggested SEAL team 6 assassinate former President George W. Bush.

He also said he would like to see the Republican Party "literally dead."

As we reported in February 2011, liberalism is an ideology of rage and hate, and Malloy proves that assertion nearly every day.

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