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Radio Host Bob Davis (MN): Today’s “Lunatic” Award Winner

 
Congratulations to….
 
Radio Host Bob Davis (MN)
Today’s LunaticAward Winner
 
 
Bob Davis and his partner Tom Emmer host a daily comedy talk show on News-Talk – AM 1130, a Fox affiliate in the Twin Cities (St. Paul and Minneapolis).
 
In an effort to forever cement his status as one of America’s Premier Lunatics, Bob decided to spew forth some venom at those who support legislation requiring background checks for all purchases of guns.
 
During a discussion with his co-host Tom Emmer about those affected by the Newtown tragedy, Bob the Loon said:
 
“I have something I want to say to the victims of Newtown, or any other shooting. Just because a bad thing happened to you doesn’t mean that you get to put a king [Obama reference] in charge of my life.”
“I’m sorry that you suffered a tragedy, but you know what? Deal with it, and don’t force me to lose my liberty [right to 100 clip magazines], which is a greater tragedy then your loss.”
“I’m sick and tired of seeing these victims trotted out, given rides on Air Force One, hauled into the Senate well, and everyone is just afraid – they’re terrified of these victims….I would stand in front of them and tell the, “Go to hell.”
 
If I was the father of a 6-year-old killed at Newtown and Davis stood before me and told me “to go to hell,” I think I would likely have knocked him on his ass.
 
Davis is just another Lunatic that uses a public forum to foment anger and frustration among gun owners by spewing forth outright lies.
 
AM 1130 in the Twin Cities should immediately fire this Buffoon; however, since it’s a Fox affiliate that’s highly unlikely.
 
Congrats Bob; keep up the good work! We should let everyone know of your amazing record as one of America’s Premier “Lunatics”; you are far too humble.
 
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