Missouri Dems Joke About Burning Trump Homes – GOP Demands Apology Now!

The Missouri Democrats are at it again, folks! This time, they thought it would be hilarious to suggest that a Trump supporter’s home should be set on fire. Can you believe it? It’s like they have no limits when it comes to their outlandish and violent rhetoric.

In a now-deleted tweet, the Missouri Democrat Party responded to a question about how someone would react if their neighbor had Trump flags on their house. And what was their oh-so-clever response? They quoted the lyrics to “The Roof is on Fire” by Rock Master Scott & the Dynamic Three. How original! It went something like this: “The roof, the roof, the roof is on [fire] we don’t need no water, let the ‘insert your word,’ burn!” Oh, how hilarious, right?

Well, not according to Missouri Republicans. They were quick to condemn the Democrats’ tweet, calling it sick and disgusting. And they’re absolutely right! There is absolutely no place for this kind of violent rhetoric in our great state of Missouri. It’s a disgrace that the Democrats would stoop so low just to make a cheap political point.

Senator Josh Hawley, a true champion for conservative values, was among those who spoke out against the Democrats’ tweet. He rightly demanded an apology from the Missouri Democrat Party and called for all Democrats in the state to condemn this appalling behavior. But will they do it? I highly doubt it. They’re probably too busy covering their tracks and hoping this incident will just quietly go away.

And let’s not forget the complete lack of remorse from the Missouri Democrats. As of now, their official account has not issued an apology or even acknowledged that they deleted the tweet. It’s as if they think they can just sweep this under the rug and pretend it never happened. Well, sorry to burst their bubble, but the people of Missouri deserve better than that.

It’s time for the Missouri Democrats to be held accountable for their actions. This is not the first time they’ve crossed the line with their rhetoric, and it probably won’t be the last. But we, as conservative Republicans, will continue to call them out on their hypocrisy and demand better. The people of Missouri deserve leaders who are focused on finding common ground, not ones who think it’s funny to suggest setting someone’s home on fire. It’s time to put an end to these childish antics and start working towards a brighter future for our great state.

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