An open line for the Lord's Day: Sen. Rapert 'understands' a follower favoring hanging of Clinton, Obama | Arkansas Blog

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An open line for the Lord's Day: Sen. Rapert 'understands' a follower favoring hanging of Clinton, Obama

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The line is open. And what would Sunday be without an inspirational message from the bully of Bigelow, professed "Christian" Sen. Jason Rapert? Reading a comment from a follower who suggests "she," presumably Hillary Clinton, should be hanged beside "Osama Obama for treason" Rapert comments in one of his home-grown videos:

"I can understand your thoughts on that."

Funny. I thought that sort of thing was covered in the Ten Commandments monument that Rapert, the terror of the Lowe's parking lot, proposes for the Capitol grounds. WWJD?

Tyler Pearson, who challenged Rapert unsuccessfully in a race for the Senate district covering Conway, the city of universities, posted the video clip on Facebook. As shown above. Rapert thinks Pearson has defamed him and urges all to watch his entire video. To which I say: Life is too short. But if you are a glutton for punishment, it's almost 19 minutes. The hanging remark is around 10-minute mark.

It is time for more than "rants," Rapert said, but a time for a call to "legislative arms." You have been warned. He's going to "root out the liberal extremists ruining our nation." 

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