A Democrat U.S. congressman has declared on national television that Americans have “gotta kill” so-called “MAGA Republicans.”
Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) made the calls during an appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” where he urged viewers to “confront that movement.”
Ryan described supporters of the MAGA “movement” as “extremists.”
America needs to “move out of this age of stupidity” and into an “age of reconciliation and reform,” Ryan told the show’s viewers.
“How do we fix all of these broken systems?” Ryan asked rhetorically.
“Some of those answers will come from Republicans,” he continued.
“Not the extremists that we’re dealing with every single day.
“We’ve gotta kill and confront that movement.”
Tim Ryan: We have to “kill and confront that movement” of “extremist” Republicans. pic.twitter.com/ETITYgjGsj
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) September 13, 2022
The aggressive rhetoric from Ryan comes as Democrat President Joe Biden continues to repeatedly declare that half the country is “extremists.”
Ryan’s comments also follow Hillary Clinton comparing “MAGA Americans” to Al Qaeda, on the 21st anniversary of 9/11.
Did Hillary Clinton just compare "MAGA Americans" to the AL-QAEDA on live TV?! Unhinged Hillary leaves everyone STUNNED
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) September 12, 2022
A recent poll from the Trafalgar Group found that a majority of American voters believe that Biden’s “battle for the soul of the nation” speech was purposefully designed to “incite conflict.”
During his divisive speech, Biden was bathed in blood-red light and flanked by marines.
Now a new survey by the group has found that more than 58 percent of voters believe Biden has further divided the country.
Just one in five says he has provided any unification at all.
A further poll conducted by I&I/TIPP has found that almost two-thirds of Americans, 62 percent, agree that the White House’s attacks on “MAGA Republicans” has increased division in the country.
Most surprisingly, a staggering 73 percent of Democrats agreed.
In fact, the poll found that more Democrats agreed with the statement than Republicans.