Jason Rapert calls former Attorney General Dustin McDaniel "abortion pimp" | Arkansas Blog

Monday, August 17, 2015

Jason Rapert calls former Attorney General Dustin McDaniel "abortion pimp"

Posted By on Mon, Aug 17, 2015 at 4:23 PM

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Former Attorney General Dustin McDaniel urged state Sen. Jason Rapert to reconsider his remarks that Judge Wendell Griffen, an ordained Baptist minister, was "not worth of the title 'minister.'" 

Rapert decided not to reconsider his remarks, and instead call McDaniel an "abortion pimp." 

Presumably, he will have said something not very nice to someone else by this evening, and we will update when he does. 

p.s. McDaniel responded on Twitter, "no reason to be personal, senator. We've always been cordial. I support ministers of all denominations." Rapert responded countless times. A few samples below. You can see more at Rapert's Twitter account

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Oh, before his "thanks for reaching out" tweet, Rapert initially responded to McDaniel's original tweet with several less sweet messages in rapid succession. Like here's one:

 
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