BUNCOMBE COUNTY – We all know that Asheville is a bit of an anomaly when compared to the rest of North Carolina. It’s essentially a east coast suburb of San Francisco that prides itself on the Radical Leftist pedigree it has earned over the years. We are reminded of just how radical they really are by the words of Daryl Fisher, candidate for Sheriff of Buncombe County.
Fisher, at what seems to be a club event for Leftists, speaks to a crowd about his belief legal age of purchase should be raised to 21, high capacity magazines should be banned, and any weapons ‘designed for the military’ should be banned (whatever that means).
Pretty standard Leftist stuff.
But then, Fisher says, “You’ve heard people say, ‘You’ll have to pry my gun from my cold dead hands’…(shrugs). OK!”
Suggests killing people to take their guns… Daryl Fisher candidate for sheriff in Buncombe County… pic.twitter.com/pKyPATLx1h
— The Red Elephants 🐘 (@RealRedElephant) March 24, 2018
So, Fisher apparently takes that phrase as a challenge, and indicates he is indeed willing to kill you to take your guns.
Making matters worse, the crowd eats it up, laughing, clapping, and cheerleading the idea of murdering people that wish to retain their Second Amendment rights.
Winston Churchill once said, “The fascists of the future will be called anti-fascists.” How prescient.
The Radical Left, including Antifa and their ilk, are the most violent political movement in this nation because they rely on force to accomplish their goals. One of their goals, as evidenced by the anti-gun marches this weekend, is to toss the Second Amendment in the trash and leave the government as the only armed group left.
To say that is a recipe for disaster is an understatement.
Fisher outlines his law enforcement pedigree and core concepts he’d bring to the role of Sheriff on his website. His campaign slogan? ‘Justice for all.’ Except, apparently, law abiding gun owners and those that believe in the inalienable rights outlined in the U.S. Constitution.
His other concepts include ‘compassion and empathy for victims,’ and ‘community engagement.’ Fisher’s willingness to engage gun owners with deadly force to disarm them is not listed on his site.
While it is not surprising for such rhetoric to be emanating from Buncombe County, it should not go uncontested. If a Republican ever uttered something similar to this, on any topic, he’d be obliterated in the media. A Leftist in Buncombe County, however, gets applauded.