Donald Trump mixed policy with intimations of violence in Miami on Friday, reversing his position on re-engaging with Cuba and pushing for Hillary Clinton's security to disarm because of her proposed firearm reforms.
Trump represented Clinton's position on gun rights as wanting to "destroy your Second Amendment" and said that her bodyguards should no longer carry firearms in light of her policy stance, which includes expanded background checks for gun sales.
"She doesn't want guns, take their — let's see what happens to her," Trump said. "Take their guns away, okay? It'll be very dangerous."
It appears that it is not good enough for Trump to rile up his "basket of deplorables" to attack Muslims and minorities in this country, he is also trying to agitate 2nd Amendment folks into possible aggression against his Democratic opponent.
And it is not the first time either:
In May, at a National Rifle Association conference, Trump called Clinton a "heartless, hypocrite" who wanted to take guns away from Americans when her own body guards used them for her protection.
"So I think that, in addition to calling for them to name judges, we'll also call them and let their body guards immediately disarm. OK, no they should immediately disarm and let's see how good they do. Let's see how they feel walking around without their guns on their bodyguards."
Trump has intimated violence against Clinton in the past, joking at a rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina last month that if Clinton wins and gets to pick Supreme Court justices there's nothing that can be done for proponents of the right to bear arms. "Although, the Second Amendment people, maybe there is, I don't know."
I'll say it again, if there is ever an attack against Clinton I think Trump should be charged with inciting violence.
I also think that his rhetoric disqualifies him from ever being the President of the United States, and hopefully the American people recognize that as well.