The Republican National Convention was “interesting”. The Republicans had their Orange God-King come out with his strange Cheeto’s like texture and portray an image of the world as if it was about to end. Terrorists rampaging, pillaging, raping — if you were there you would probably have been afraid to leave the event for fear of a Black Lives Matter Muslim ISIS Terrorist (??) as was suggested by one person there, of killing you.
In this circus ground of insanity there were some voices that were more insane than others. Despite the fact that when Trump literally asked Russia to hack Clinton, that showed intent, could be perceived as treason, and was at least criminal in some respect — the BIG scandal is Clinton’s mistaken use of a personal server. For that, calls were made for her to be executed. Since then, instead of saying he doesn’t approve of that guy or what he said, Trump has come out to say what a great guy he is! Surprise! The guy that said Hillary should be executed is a Trump favorite.
Via ThinkProgress: Baldasaro, a Republican state representative from New Hampshire, called for Hillary Clinton’s execution by firing squad in a radio interview last month after receiving a question about whether she is responsible for the deaths of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya in 2012. “This whole thing disgusts me, Hillary Clinton should be put in the firing line and shot for treason,” Baldasaro said during the interview, and then proceeded to call her a “piece of garbage.”
After the comments, Trump campaign spokesperson Hope Hicks said the campaign was “incredibly grateful for his support, but we don’t agree with his comments.”
But Trump’s comments on Saturday reveal that no action was taken, and Baldasaro is still a part of the campaign.
Despite being a veteran’s adviser, Baldasaro has also joined the smear campaign against Khizr Khan, the father of a fallen Muslim American Army captain who spoke against Donald Trump at the Democratic National Convention last month. Baldasaro shared an article from an anti-Islam conspiracy site painting Khan as a Muslim Brotherhood agent on Twitter multiple times.