A video posted to YouTube on Wednesday allegedly shows what appears to be a supporter of Colorado Democrat Evie Hudak threatening to murder activists circulating a petition that calls for her ouster from the Colorado state Senate, the Capitol City Project reported Friday.
“I’m gonna go home and get a gun and come back and kill you mother f*****s. Would you like that,” the man says in the video. The video does not show what took place before the threat was issued.
“Have a blessed day, sir,” one activist says in response.
Evie Hudak, Guns Saves Lives noted, has come under fire for her strong anti-gun position.
According to activists, the threat took place in front of the public library in Arvada, Colorado.
The organization leading the effort, Recall Hudak Too, says in its petition that Hudak “has blatantly disregarded her oath” to uphold the Constitution of the United States and the State of Colorado.
“She has infringed upon our constitutional right to keep and bear arms. She has voted to make all citizens less safe and to drive hundreds of jobs from Colorado,” the group says in its petition.
The organization also accused Hudak of limiting, denying or refusing to hear testimony from citizens holding views different from hers.
Hudak, the group said, once suggested using a coin flip to decide major tax legislation.
“She has offended the sensibilities of men and women by openly insulting women and rape victims,” the petition adds.
During a hearing on Colorado’s gun control laws, Hudak trivialized the testimony of a rape victim by telling her that a gun would not have made a difference in her situation.
Amanda Collins, a 27-year-old woman, told lawmakers that had she been allowed to use her concealed-carry permit and carry her gun on campus, the incident may have ended much differently.
Hudak, however, said otherwise.
“I just want to say that, actually statistics are not on your side even if you had a gun,” Hudak told Collins. “And, chances are that if you would have had a gun, then he would have been able to get that from you and possibly use it against you.”
Hudak’s comments sparked a firestorm of criticism, prompting her to say later she “didn’t mean to be insensitive.”
“I’m glad I had the opportunity to offer (Collins) a sincere apology in a private conversation,” she added.
Democratic Senate President John Morse and state Sen. Angela Giron were kicked out of office in September, with 50.9 percent voting to recall Morse and 56 percent voting to oust Giron.
Petitioners have until Dec. 3 to collect the nearly 19,000 signatures needed to force a recall election. If Hudak is removed from office, Republicans will take control of the Senate.
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