As the Election Day draws closer, the Trump campaign grows more desperate and, as it appears, even more violent.
Case in point: During a rally in Las Vegas, Nevada, conservative pundit and Donald Trump loyalist Wayne Allyn Root explicitly expressed his desire to watch Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton die in a fiery car crash.
Yes, this is the same guy who authored “Angry White Male” and made headlines for declaring the Republican candidate “too handsome to grope women.”
Warming up the crowd for the bigoted billionaire, Root went on a bizarre rant about his fantasy made-for-TV movie about Clinton and her aide, Huma Abedin.
“We all get our wish. The ending is like ‘Thelma and Louise,” the Trump crony told the audience amid cheers and chants.
In the 1991 Hollywood classic, the title characters drive over a cliff to their death.
“It’s Hillary in a White Ford Bronco,” Roots continued. “She’s got Huma driving, and they’re headed for the Mexican border. I have a name for the future TV movie. It’s called, ‘Driving Ms. Hillary,’” he added. “When they make the run for the border of Mexico, there’s nowhere to go, because President Trump has built a big, beautiful wall.”
He then called the attendees “Trump warriors” engaged in a “citizen revolution.”
“This is why we were born. This is a 10-day run,” the self-proclaimed “capitalist evangelist” said, encouraging the supporters to fight to the end. “Attack, attack, attack. We will never accept defeat. We will never give up.”
Many Trump fans are buying into the GOP candidate’s “rigged election” conspiracy. In fact, a significant number of voters are threatening to revolt if their favorite candidate does not win.
Root’s rhetoric wasn’t much different from that.
“I will give you my country when you pry it from my cold, dead hands,” he yelled, claiming the “working class Americans, Christians, gun owners, small business owners, military veterans and taxpayers” would violently take over the capital with, “pitchforks, jack hammers and blow torches” — because this election is nothing but a witch hunt to them, right?
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