Petulant Little Pissants

Pre-election feuding over gun control took a bitter turn Thursday as Gov. Terry McAuliffe told a Republican state senator to “man up” over a perceived online threat from gun-control advocate Andy Parker, who later apologized after it was revealed he posted a Facebook comment threatening the senator with a beating.

In a radio appearance on Richmond’s WRVA Thursday morning, McAuliffe said state Sen. Bill Stanley, R-Franklin County, was pulling a “political stunt” by making a report to the Capitol Police over a harshly worded online comment from Parker. Parker’s daughter, WDBJ journalist Alison Parker, was gunned down by a former co-worker in August during a live report from Smith Mountain Lake.

On Wednesday, Stanley contacted police and obtained an application for a concealed-carry permit after Andy Parker sent him a Facebook message that said: “I’m going to be your worst nightmare you little bastard.”

McAuliffe said to Stanley:

“Come on Bill, you’re tougher than that,” McAuliffe said during his radio appearance. “Man up. Come on. This is ridiculous.”

Parker likewise posted to Stanley: 

“WHEN YOU SEE ME AGAIN, YOU BEST WALK THE OTHER WAY LEST I BEAT YOUR LITTLE ASS WITH MY BARE HANDS.”

Issuing a threat of harm is a Class 6 felony under Virginia criminal laws, which carries with it a penalty of 1-5 years in prison.

Why are gun control pawns activists so violent?

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