Breitbart News by Alex Swoyer
An American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Board Member in Colorado has resigned after making national news headlines for urging people to kill Donald Trump supporters.
Loring Wirbel of Colorado Springs, posted on Facebook, “The thing is, we have to really reach out to those who might consider voting for Trump and say, ‘This is Goebbels. This is the final solution. If you are voting for him I will have to shoot you before Election Day.’ They’re not going to listen to reason, so when justice is gone, there’s always force […]
The Progressive meme to destroy Donald Trump by shooting his supporters. FAIL but very much reminiscent of Barack Obama’s 2008, “I want you to argue with them and get in their face” speech.
Distancing themselves while being dismissive of the fact that the likes of Loring Wirbel is the company that the ACLU surrounds itself, they posted the following statement on their Facebook page:
Update: ACLU of Colorado has accepted Loring Wirbel’s resignation as chapter representative to our state board.
The ACLU of Colorado does not condone the recent personal Facebook post of regional volunteer Loring Wirbel.
The ACLU of Colorado is a nonpartisan organization. We do not endorse candidates or parties. We have proudly spent decades fighting for the rights of all Coloradans, regardless of political affiliation, to vote and to freely participate in the political process.
Our members, supporters, and volunteers are free to express their own personal views and opinions in their personal lives. We have fought for decades to preserve that right, as well, for all Coloradans, no matter how strongly we disagree with the content.
However, the personal posts of members, supporters, and volunteers on their own personal social media sites should not be mistaken for endorsements or official statements of the ACLU of Colorado.
There is plenty of explosive rhetoric about. So while Wirbel is suggesting that supporters of Donald Trump be shot, GOP establishment lap dog, Rick Wilson, stated several weeks ago that said “the GOP establishment donor class must find a way to ‘put a bullet’ in GOP frontrunner Donald Trump.”
The terminology being bounced about to deliver these messages are explosive and a threat.