Rep. Steve Stockman (R-TX) is inviting the rodeo clown, who wore an Obama mask during a performance at the Missouri State Fair, to perform in any rodeo in Texas. So, I am guessing he doesn’t have a problem with threats against the black president, right?
Congressman Steve Stockman Wednesday invited the rodeo clowns who performed at the Missouri State Fair, and were banned or ordered into “sensitivity training” when one clown mocked President Barack Obama, to perform at a rodeo in Texas’ 36th District.
Fair officials did not reveal the clown’s identity.
“Liberals want to bronco bust dissent. But Texans value speech, even if its speech they don’t agree with,” said Stockman, “From Molly Ivins to Louie Gohmert and every opinion between Texans value free and open political speech. I’m sure any rodeo in Texas would be proud to have performers.”
“Disagreeing with speech is one thing. Banning it and ordering citizens into reeducation classes for mocking a liberal leader is another,” said Stockman. “Liberals have targeted this man for personal destruction to create a climate of fear.”
“The liberal reaction is straight out of Alinsky. They want to crush dissent by isolating and polarizing anyone who questions Obama, even if it’s a rodeo clown with a harmless gag,” said Stockman. “The idea to create a state of fear and make people afraid to trivialize Obama. No one tried to personally destroy the rodeo clown who wore a George H.W. Bush mask.” Source: Rep. Steve Stockman
This isn’t the first time Steve Stockman attacked President Obama. He once invited Ted Nugent, who engages in race-baiting any chance he gets, to the State of the Union address. He also called for President Obama’s impeachment over gun control. What are they drinking in Texas? Too many lunatics masquerading as politicians — Rick Perry, Louie Gohmert, Ted Cruz and this moron.
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