More Violent Democrats: Congressman Paul Kanjorski On Florida Governor Rick Scott: “Put him against the wall and shoot him.”

By Gary P Jackson

As the corrupt media, and lying, hypocritical democrats [yeah, I know, same thing] continue to try and blame Sarah Palin, the Tea Party, and everyone else for the tragic mass murder in Arizona by a crazed left winger, we are continuing to highlight real calls for violence and death by democrats.

The latest is from corrupt democrat Paul Kanjorski, a Congressman who was just soundly defeated in November. Before the election Kanjorski made the statement that Florida’s Rick Scott, now Governor Rick Scott, should be put against a wall and shot.

As the American Spectator’s Jeffrey Lord reports:

Congressman Paul Kanjorski, the Pennsylvania Democrat who just lost his seat to Hazleton Mayor Lou Barletta, a Republican, had another target on his mind before he lost his election.
Curiously, that would be Rick Scott, now the Republican Governor-elect of Florida. Kanjorski is clearly not a Scott fan. In fact, he has suggested that the Governor-elect should be…shot.

You read that right. Here’s the quote, which seemed to vanish in the pre-election haze. It was reported at the time in the Scranton Times

From the Scranton Times:

That Scott down there that’s running for governor of Florida,” Mr. Kanjorski said. “Instead of running for governor of Florida, they ought to have him [sic] and shoot him. Put him against the wall and shoot him. He stole billions of dollars from the United States government and he’s running for governor of Florida. He’s a millionaire and a billionaire. He’s no hero. He’s a damn crook. It’s just we don’t prosecute big crooks.

This is pretty big talk from one of the most corrupt bastards in Congress!

Here’s a bit on what this crook was up to and an accompanying video:

Democrat Paul Kanjorski directed millions of taxpayer dollars for a company created and run by his family.

This video is about the case of Pennsylvania Democratic congressman Paul Kanjorski, who earmarked millions of taxpayer dollars for a company run by his family.

In a startling interview, Joe Yudichak, who ran the non-profit Regional Equipment Center in Kanjorski’s district, says the congressman initially tried to bully him into helping Kanjorski direct the money to Kanjorski’s family members. In the documentary, Yudichak recounts his conversation with Kanjorski: “He said, ‘You’re telling me I can’t take care of my family?’ He said, ‘Well, I’m telling you, it’s gonna be done. And it’s gonna be done with you or without you.’ And he said, ‘I’ll bury you. I’ll destroy you.'”

Kanjorski later earmarked more than $10 million directly to the company run by his family. The money was supposed to fund the development of new technologies to help turn around desperate coal towns and make them prosperous.

The company, Cornerstone Technologies, went bankrupt.

Harold Shobert, head of Pennsylvania State University’s Energy Institute, and a leading expert on anthracite coal, worked with Cornerstone on one project. Shobert said “It was clear that these guys were clueless as to how to do research and development,” “It was sort of like trying to collaborate with the cast of Looney Tunes.”

This Fox New’s Chris Wallace’s reporting on this corrupt scumbag former Congressman:

Kanjorski is a crook, a liar, a hypocrite, and a despicable human being. Pennsylvania voters were right to throw this dirt back out of office. This is a good look though, at how democrats constantly project their own wicked personality traits on others.

One wonders if he would recommend the same punishment he wished on Governor Rick Scott, for himself.

One thing’s for sure, this crook should be in prison.

Now one has to ask, which is more likely to incite a left wing whack-job, who had been stalking someone since 2007, before the Tea Party was formed, and anyone knew who Sarah Palin was: Some map, or a crooked scumbag democrat Congressman engaging in Soviet style class warfare and calling for the actual death of the Governor of Florida?

We all know the hypocrisy from the left knows no bounds, but they have really jumped the shark with this Arizona tragedy.

More to come.

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6 responses to “More Violent Democrats: Congressman Paul Kanjorski On Florida Governor Rick Scott: “Put him against the wall and shoot him.”

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  2. So John Murtha was not the only crook in the land of Brotherly Love…
    Kanjorski should be in jail…which leaves me to these parting words, “I’m extremely sorrowed that Murtha and his Cape Cod buddy, Ted Kennedy entered the gates of hell; they would have been better off working their sins off behind bars making license plates or better yet, pounding rocks…

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    Thanks for this.
    Finally, of all the mega*gigabytes of “known/respected/accepted leftie recommending/inciting violent talk”, someone has named a real example.
    I’ve looked through many of the more popular “examples”, and either:
    1. nobody can find reasonable corroboration (iow, i find only blog comment or chain email rumor storms), or
    2. it’s a hoax, or
    3. the quote and/or context invalidate the example (eg, “The bombing begins in five minutes”)
    The 3rd category is the largest, and the defects vary greatly.

    • Gary P

      Oh there is plenty of lefties calling for violence, as well as lefties COMMITTING violence. One could fill volumes if they had the time!

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