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17 People Talking About Assassinating The President

Probably time to sign off for the night. This is a felony, btw.

1.

I can already see people making plans to assassinate that bitch— Paytegirrll☺☀

2.

I guess it’s time for the New Order of the Ages to step in. Come on bring down the corruption. Assassinate this son of bitch— PARKER

3.

It looks as if we are left with only one choice. Assassinate the president.— Maria Berg

4.

Obama made the wrong decision.. he’s basically asking for someone to assassinate him…— Cody Langlois

5.

Wish the mafia was still round to assassinate again..— nicholas

6.

Please don't assassinate #obama, that would make Joe Biden president.

— LucLandon (@Luc Landon)

Please don’t assassinate #obama, that would make Joe Biden president.— Luc Landon

7.

Honestly I feel like someone is gonna assassinate Obama within his next term anyways.. I know that's mean, but whatever

— wizzzzzzzzle (@wizzle)

Honestly I feel like someone is gonna assassinate Obama within his next term anyways.. I know that’s mean, but whatever— wizzle

8.

Someone please assassinate our president.

— morganfaith94 (@morgiee.)

Someone please assassinate our president.— morgiee.

9.

Assassinate

— T_CubEd (@Ed)

Assassinate— Ed

10.

I might have to take one for the team and just assassinate him

— JoshuaS610 (@Lil Doobie)

I might have to take one for the team and just assassinate him— Lil Doobie

Mr. IDGAF asks that I make this extra clear: He’s making fun of Natawiiee here (her tweet was not available at time of posting, hence the RT):

11.

You crossing some serious lines hoe RT @natawiiiee: If someone doesn't assassinate Obama ill have no problem doing it myself #fuckinghatehim

— Da1nOnlyCMart (@Mr. IDGAF)

You crossing some serious lines hoe RT @natawiiiee: If someone doesn’t assassinate Obama ill have no problem doing it myself #fuckinghatehim— Mr. IDGAF

Update: 13, now. Four removed by request.

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