Republican Vice Chair on NGA suggests 'Lock Her Up' chants bad, need civil discourse

October 25, 2020 / 836 views

A top Republican and Vice Chair, Asa Hutchinson, on the National Governors Association suggests that people chanting "lock her up" is not a good thing. He then says we need more civil discourse. Sure, but if people chant that at a rally, that's not really discourse, that's a big time event. It's not like people are sitting there having a debate or conversation and screaming it at someone. They're saying it out loud like they would say or cheer something on at a football game. Trump rallies are kinda like sporting events. So I'd say this guy Hutchinson is just being a silly Sally.

IJR reported on this too, saying:

At a rally in Nevada last week, one supporter chanted “lock her up” — a reference to the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

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However, Trump responded, “No, lock him up,” as he accused former Vice President Joe Biden of being a “corrupt politician.”

“Joe Biden is and always has been a corrupt politician,” he said, adding, “He always has been. And as far as I’m concerned, the Biden family is a criminal enterprise. It really is.”

Rally-goers began to chant, “Lock him up.”

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In a rally in Michigan, crowds of “lock her up” broke out after the president referenced Whitmer.

Not every governor or Democrat is well-liked with the Trump crowd. What's worse, chanting "lock her up" or setting federal buildings on fire and looting neighborhoods? Pick your battle, people!

Source: ijr

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