Hudson City Alderman David Marston says Second Amendment supporters are “gun-toting Tea Party psychotards.”
A New York alderman is in hot water after lashing out at Second Amendment supporters as “gun-toting Tea Party psychotards” and threatening to “beat you barbarians back.” Hudson city Alderman, Dave Marston, sent this email tirade out to Johanna Johnson-Smith (JJ), a main organizer for the first NY SAFE Act protest rally in Albany last month. Johnson-Smith was concerned about the new gun control laws the city was proposing. Here is Marston’s response.
Via Mental Recession:
Dear Joanna Johnson-Smith,
Its really neat that all you gun toting tea party psychotards are so interested in the goings on of our little City, even though I find it amazing that you don’t have any other pressing issues before you in New Lebanon. On the other hand, I guess its not surprising, considering you ideologues aren’t interested in actual policy, but rather grandstanding on mythical narratives of victimization.
Two things: The only spit here is the white stuff frothing on the ends of that rotten little mouth of yours from which you spew this hateful ignorant trash. And a donkeys behind? The rabid ignorance of the fringe is best illustrated by its sad metaphors, I mean seriously, thank you for the laughs.
By all means, come on down, we’ll be happy to beat you barbarians back with the clubs of reason & responsibility, radical lunatics that you are. And say, a quick ProTip, since you’re the “organizer” for unemployed guns nuts USA. Next time you think these unhinged rants will change the mind of anyone who has even a modicum of intelligence, you might instead just go back down into your basement & watch another episode of wheel-of-fortune. It’ll certainly be just as effective. Remember: there are millions of Eagle Scout God Worshiping Patriots who find you & your radical ilk as disgraceful to American Democracy as the Brown Shirt jackboots you act like. I happen to be just one of them. Good Luck.
The entire e-mail exchange can be found on conservative Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin’s Facebook page.