Neal Horsley, The Mule-loving Republican Candidate, Said He Would Kill His Own Son For Liberty And To Secede From The Union

I forgot to post about this last week. You may remember Neal Horsley when he famously admitted his love of farm animals with Alan Colmes a few years

I forgot to post about this last week. You may remember Neal Horsley when he famously admitted his love of farm animals with Alan Colmes a few years ago.

"Is it true?" Colmes asked.

"Hey, Alan, if you want to accuse me of having sex when I was a fool, I did everything that crossed my mind that looked like I..."

AC: "You had sex with animals?"

NH: "Absolutely. I was a fool. When you grow up on a farm in Georgia, your first girlfriend is a mule."

AC: "I'm not so sure that that is so."

He is now running for governor in Georgia as a Republican and says that he'd kill his own son for liberty. I'm not kidding you.

A longshot Georgia candidate for governor who’s already admitted having sex with a mule before finding God says he’s ready to sacrifice his own son in an effort to get his state to secede from the union.

Neal Horsley made national headlines when he posted the names, phone numbers and addresses of abortion doctors online. His “Nuremberg Files” website also crossed off the names of doctors as they were killed.

Now he’s ready to make new news. In an interview by Dylan Otto Krider published late Wednesday, he indicated he’d kill his own son to dissolve the United States (in an effort to overturn Roe v. Wade). Asked if he was ready to sacrifice his own son in a national insurrection, Horsley recounts a fight with his son where he almost killed him. “I was one foot from killing my own son, or hurting him really, really bad,” Horsley told Krider. “If he would have attacked me again, I would have stuck him. Or cut him or sliced him or done something to stop him. That’s the point, you hypothetical has literally already been worked out with me, and that’s what makes me different from the other candidates for Governor.

I don't think this is the type of candidate that Republicans intend to now fill their new "Big Tent" party with.

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