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Montel Williams Calls For National Guard To ‘Shoot To Kill’ Militia Occupying Oregon Building

On Saturday, talk show host Montel Williams said he’d be perfectly okay with using the National Guard to kill members of a militia group that occupied an empty federal building in Oregon.

In addition, he’s “fine” with using deadly force to take out Ammon Bundy, one of those involved in the incident.

Montel Williams Calls For National Guard To ‘Shoot To Kill’ Militia Occupying Oregon Building - HYPELINE 2016-01-05 10-25-36

Twitter exploded in response to William’s tweets from Bundy supporters.

Montel Williams Calls For National Guard To ‘Shoot To Kill’ Militia Occupying Oregon Building - HYPELINE 2016-01-05 10-28-22

Montel Williams Calls For %22Shoot To Kill%22 In Oregon Showdown; Militiamen Respond They Are %22Ready To Fight%22 | Zero Hedge 2016-01-05 10-19-09

Well good ole boys didnt take kindly to the outspoken talk show host and activist calling for the demise of their brothers and took to YouTube to send a message or two of their own

MONTEL WILLIAMS KISS MY REBEL ASS

F-u Montel Williams

As expected the outspoken talk show host ‘Stood His Ground’ and refused to retract his statements. His critics on Twitter tried to compare this effort led by the Bundys to the Black Lives Matter movement. They claim that both movements have taken over property in the name of their mission, calling Williams’ response a double standard.

Black Westchester wants to hear your feedback, tell us what you think of Montell’s tweets and the many responces.

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