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How do 'peaceful' Democrats propose to end violence? By threatening to 'nuke' US gun owners!

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Following the highly divisive midterm elections, which saw the Democrats and Republicans split Congress between themselves, the American people have barricaded themselves behind their chosen political echo chambers, while firing off the occasional rhetorical fusillade in the dark.

On Friday, for example, social media erupted when John Cardillo, 'America Talks Live' host, commented over the electronic mosh pit known as Twitter that "Democrats want to eradicate the Second Amendment, ban and seize all guns, and have all power rest with the state. These people are dangerously obsessed with power."

Cardillo provided a link to an opinion piece by California Democrat Eric Swalwell, who argued back in May that the US government "should ban possession of military-style semiautomatic assault weapons, we should buy back such weapons from all who choose to abide by the law, and… criminally prosecute any who choose" to keep their weapons.

Naturally, this tweet caught fire like a pile of dry leaves in July. Joe Biggs, a combat veteran, joined in the level-headed conversation with an obscenity-laced tirade: "So basically @RepSwalwell wants a war. Because that's what you would get. You're outta your f--king mind if you think I'll give up my rights and give the gov all the power."

Anyone who may have been expecting some self-restraint and perhaps an ounce of diplomacy from the high-ranking Democratic legislator were to be sadly disappointed. What they got instead was a rebuttal in the shape of a mushroom cloud looming over the American heartland.

This anti-Second Amendment congressman actually tweeted this. He’s pushed for firearm confiscation too. —> https://t.co/3U7ambDDAVpic.twitter.com/v6bk0s3xSD

"And it would be a short war my friend," Swalwell fired back, before pressing the nuclear button. "The government has nukes. Too many of them. But they're legit. I'm sure if we talked we could find common ground to protect........

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