The law according to Jan Morgan — and other authoritarians | Arkansas Blog

Sunday, October 29, 2017

The law according to Jan Morgan — and other authoritarians

Posted By on Sun, Oct 29, 2017 at 7:35 AM


A friend forwards this from the busy social media posting by Jan Morgan, the Hot Springs shooting range owner who's talking about a Republican primary challenge to Gov. Asa Hutchinson.

Her viewpoint will be popular, particularly among the significant number who like Donald Trump. Who needs a legislature or a judicial branch? Jan Morgan will decide and enforce what the gun law is. (In short: guns everywhere.)

This strain of authoritarianism is evident at the national level daily.

For example, Trump pal and Fox host Jeanine Pirro responds hysterically to the news of coming indictments in the Trump campaigners/Russia probe by calling for the arrest of Hillary Clinton (Seb Gorka has suggested execution would be fitting).
click to enlarge LOCK HER UP: So says Jeanine Pirro.
  • LOCK HER UP: So says Jeanine Pirro.

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