Rob Quist Wants Climate Change Skeptics Dead

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An idiot, oops, a Democrat candidate for Congress out in Montana is kindly suggesting to those who may disagree or be skeptical of climate change that they kill themselves.

Democrat Rob Quist encouraged mass suicide for people who disagree with him during a debate last weekend.

Yes, this is serious. If you are a climate change skeptic, you need to kill yourself according to this moron.

When given a last chance to comment on the subject of climate change during the televised event, he made a statement that should infuriate Democrats and Republicans alike:

“This is something that the entire world needs to address,” Quist said. “If any those of you that feel like this is not a problem, I challenge you to go into your car in your garage, start your car, and see what happens there.”

Of course, Democrat and liberals could argue that Quist was only trying to make the point that carbon dioxide is deadly when it builds up too far, but given the animosity of climate change believers to anyone who dares to question their beliefs the implication that Quist is inviting opponents to commit suicide is almost unavoidable.

Of course, anyone who tried this would be dead from carbon monoxide poisoning before the carbon dioxide that liberals claim is warming the planet could suffocate them, but hey, when did climate change have anything to do with science, anyway?

This man is a disgrace. That he continues to run on the Democrat ticket is an outrage and a disgrace to an already disgraced party. Democrats need to disavow him, and they need to disavow him now.

How can they expect anyone to take them seriously when they back men like this?

Montana only has one House seat, and former Representative Ryan Zinke vacated it so that he could serve as President Donald Trump’s secretary of the interior.

The good news is, Quist is trailing his Republican counterpart by 15 points in the election set for May 25, so we might not have to hear too much from him for too much longer.

 

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