- Jared Halbrook, a 25-year-old from Wisconsin worried that a stolen election by Hillary Clinton could lead to “another Revolutionary War.”
- Here's 75-year-old Roger Pillath: “I’m looking at revolution right now.”
- And 42-year-old Paul Swick, who estimated he owns “north of 30" guns, said: “If [Clinton] comes after the guns, it’s going to be a rough, bumpy road.... “I hope to God I never have to fire a round, but I won’t hesitate to. As a Christian, I want reformation. But sometimes reformation comes through bloodshed.”
No presidential candidate in modern history has driven the conversation about guns and voting as far as Donald Trump has. He's suggested “Second Amendment people” may be the only check on Hillary Clinton's ability to appoint a Supreme Court nominee, he's boasted he could “stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody” without losing voters.