Right-wing pastor says 'amen' when guest wants to see Gov. Jerry Brown 'hanging from a rope'
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As Republicans in Congress are rushing to microphones to accuse Democrats of toxic rhetoric that they believe called one Illinois man to open fire on elected officials, one pastor is agreeing with such speech from a Republican activist.

During right-wing radio host Dave Daubenmire's Wednesday webcast, fellow activist Sheila Zilinsky claimed that god caused Hillary Clinton's health problems as a response to her own prayer. She went on to say that Gov. Jerry Brown (D-CA) "should be hanging from a rope," Right Wing Watch reported.

“Christians are not being taught spiritual warfare," Zilinsky said, cautioning that they are not exercising their “dominion over the earth.” She urged them to go on the offensive against "demonic spirits that rule the world."

“We have weapons that are not carnal and we should have that same attitude toward the devil; you just come and try it, I will beat you down with the blood of Jesus, pal," she continued. "We really actually have these ICBMs (intercontinental ballistic missile) in the spirit and we can bind, we can loose. I said every day of the campaign, ‘I suffer the witch not to live’ and Hillary Clinton, not very long after that, she was having all sorts of crazy episodes.”

While praising President Donald Trump for pulling out of the Paris Climate Accord, she called Brown a “treasonous huckster” and repeated her call that he “should be hanging from a rope [in the] town square.”

Daubenmire replied with "amen."

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