The Hawaiian judge who struck down Trump’s revised Muslim travel ban has reportedly been receiving death threats from angry conservatives who don’t want so-called bad people coming into the United States. Maybe we need to do something about the “bad people” that are already in this country threatening to kill a judge? Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins discusses this.

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US Marshals have been called to provide 24-hour protection for the judge who struck down Donald Trump’s revised Muslim ban. Because according to reports, according to the judge, according to US Marshal’s, this judge, who struck down the Muslim ban, is now getting death threats from Donald Trump supporters, from conservatives all over the United States.

Why are they pissed off, well they’re pissed off because this judge, in their own minds, is going to allow the bad guys to come into our country. You know what I’m talking about, the kind of bad guys who would threaten the life of a US District Judge, right? Those are the kinds of people we don’t want in the United States. And here’s the big irony of Republicans, your party, your supporters, your base, are the most hateful people in this country, even if you include people coming here from hostile countries. It’s the Republican base that is filled with hate and anger and ready to commit acts of violence when they don’t get their way. They are childish and they are dangerous.

Threatening the life of a sitting judge, because they allegedly won’t keep out the bad people. Look in the mirror, conservatives. You are the bad people. You’re the kind of people we don’t wanna sit next to on an airplane. You’re the kind of people who make us lock our car doors, or house doors when we see you down our street. You’re the people that we walk across the street to avoid. You’re the people who pose a threat to citizens of the United States.

Conservatives, the neo Nazi’s, the KKK, they all lean to the right. They all support Republicans, and it is these kinds of people who take over a federal wildlife preserve in Oregon, or who point guns a Federal Marshals in the southwest, or who send death threats to judges who strike down unconstitutional Muslim bans.

You, you angry people, you vicious people, you gun toting, ready to kill somebody people, are the ones that we need to be concerned about. Not the people fleeing war-torn countries, trying to get away from violence. They’re a hell of a lot more peaceful than you are. They’re trying to escape violence. You’re threatening to commit violence. Now, who do you think we need to be more worried about?