University Professor: GOP ‘Should be Lined up and Shot’

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Professor John Griffin even clarified that his words were “not hyperbole,” explaining that “blood is on their hands” for passing an Obamacare-replacement bill.
The professor later apologized for his language after being contacted by Campus Reform, conceding it was “inappropriate.”

An Art Institute of Washington professor recently declared that House Republicans “should be lined up and shot” for their passage of an Obamacare-replacement bill.

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“They should be lined up and shot,” Professor John Griffin posted to his Facebook, according to a screenshot of the post obtained by Campus Reform, even clarifying that he wasn’t being hyperbolic, saying “that’s not hyperbole; blood is on their hands.”

In another post made just two minutes after his initial comments, Griffin blasted Republican lawmakers as “a f***ing joke,” then turning his attention to their voters, whom he insulted as running “the gamut from monstrous to ig…

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