I almost feel bad for Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy.
The key word here, obviously, is almost.
Last week, he decided to call the NRA a terrorist group … in turn calling more than five million law-abiding citizens and members of the NRA terrorists.
This is, of course, the same governor who cares more about giving illegal immigrants sanctuary than he does about enforcing the law.
But one doesn’t have to look too hard to see what’s happened.
This is a man who has the worst approval rating of any governor.
This is a man who has become so irrelevant that the only way he can get people to pay attention to him is by calling his own constituents names.
This is a man so desperate for attention that he has finally shown the hand of Democrats in Connecticut. That hand is doubling down on this idea of “resist.” No logic. No common sense. No respect for the law. No concern for legal citizens who have enough of a brain in their heads to realize the garbage that the left is spewing.
Last week, we dropped a video involving everyday Americans calling Malloy to the carpet for his comments that we are “terrorists.” It’s been shared tens of thousands of times by people who are just sick and tired of being told that they are deplorable.
And so yes, I almost feel bad for Governor Malloy.
His legacy is a state in fiscal shambles where businesses and money are moving OUT and illegal immigrants are moving IN.
He needs to wake up every day and look in the mirror knowing that his greatest accomplishment was duping uneducated voters to elect him a second time.
His children need to go to work and functions and events and shake hands and look people in the eye while those same people quietly pity them.
And for the rest of his days in office, he has to go to work knowing that the vast majority of English-speaking people in his state think he’s one of the greatest failures to ever take a leadership role in America.
But hey – what do I know? I’m just a deplorable terrorist.
Kyle S. Reyes is the Chief Executive Officer of The Silent Partner Marketing, co-host of The Whiskey Patriots and the National Spokesman for Law Enforcement Today. Reyes is also an acclaimed keynote speaker on patriotism and leadership, entrepreneurship and marketing by storytelling. You can follow him on Facebook.