Candidate says Chicago and Boston mayors blocking Chick-fil-A “need to be introduced to the Second Amendment”

Williams (pictured above courtesy of YP) said this is an abuse of government power and runs afoul of the First Amendment rights to free speech.

In his letter, Williams said: “Let me make it clear, the CEO is being punished by government officials because he exercised his First Amendment right of free speech. The Constitution is very clear. When government restricts and punishes the people for exercising their First Amendment rights, then we are to default to the Second Amendment (right to keep and bear arms). These two mayors need to be introduced to the Second Amendment ASAP.”

Williams also wrote: “The correct response to these mayors would be to send troops or whatever to remove these men from office, by whatever means is necessary.”

In the 2010 midterm elections, TEA Party-backed Republican candidate Sharron Angle, who unsuccessfully challenged Democratic U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, caused a stir with similar comments about the Second Amendment. She said that people were “looking toward Second Amendment remedies” over their displeasure with Congress and floated the possibility of armed insurrection if “Congress keeps going the way it is.”

Williams said his letter was meant to remind people that “some things are worth fighting for, if they cannot be remedied by any other measure.”

“I’m not saying anybody should go shoot these mayors,” Williams said. “But politicians need to be reminded, our founding fathers were quite clear that it’s quite possible for our country to fall back into the hands of tyranny … I’m a thou-shalt-not-kill kind of guy, but these guys should be reminded of the Second Amendment … I guess the word reminded would have been better (in the letter) … I needed a thesaurus beside me.”

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