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Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D., N.Y.), a candidate for New York Attorney General, said he doesn’t “give a f—k” what fans of President Donald Trump say about his aggressive rhetoric toward the White House, adding his family is “in the crosshairs of these a—holes.”

Maloney, who is gay and has two adopted children with his husband, released his first TV ad before the Sept. 13 primary election where a narrator called the current political climate a “fight there’s just no running from.”

The article goes on to state the following:

“I feel like there’s a group of men led by Donald Trump who have shown up in the front yard, and they’re getting ready to tear this house apart,” Maloney says while seated in his kitchen. “And I’m going to stand in the hallway with a baseball bat. Because I don’t have any choice. My kids are upstairs, asleep.”

Asked to explain the ad during a “running town hall” by City & State New York reporter Jeff Coltin, Maloney said it was akin to “self-defense.”

“The baseball bat is about defending your home and your family when someone’s coming through the front door and you have nowhere to run,” he said. “That’s not violence, that’s self-defense. That’s making a decision that you’re going to make a stand or go down swinging.”

When Coltin wondered if Trump supporters might be offended by such rhetoric, Maloney had a sharp reply.

“I don’t give a fuck what the Trump fans say. That’s not what this is about,” he said. “This is about speaking from the heart. About a family I’ve built for 25 years that’s in the crosshairs of these assholes. And doing something about it.”

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  1. You better watch what you hope for you Jackass, things could turn on you for your hateful remarks. Nobody is threatening you and your hypothesis is therefore unfounded and you can take that bat and stick it.

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