MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace Suggests Using Drone Strikes On Americans (VIDEO)

Democrats and their friends in the liberal media have basically declared war on half of the country for voting the wrong way.

Over on loony MSNBC, host Nicolle Wallace recently suggested that maybe drone strikes should be used on Americans.

That’s a totally normal thing to say, right?

Red State reports:

MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace Full-on Loses It Talking About Trump and Drone Killing People for the Crime of ‘Incitement’

MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace has said some pretty crazy things in the past and she is a full-blown biased Trump hater.

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But even she went to new heights with her latest comments about how to deal with people who ‘incite’ violence.

Listen to this as she claims there’s a bulletin that there’s a “persistent threat” until the “end of April” from “domestic extremists” built around the “belief” that the election was fraudulent and that the “COVID restrictions aren’t necessary” which she claimed were “ideologies pushed by Donald Trump.”

Wallace then goes on to talk about how George W. Bush and Barack Obama killed terrorists who incited violence with drone strikes and that Mitch McConnell understood that that was necessary to root out terrorism. So therefore McConnell should understand the importance of convicting on impeachment.

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Watch the video:

This is insanity.

This is what passes for normal political discourse now?


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