Ok, so this O' Rourke fucker says "hell yes, we are going to take your AR-15s" and thats all ok, but when this guy named Cain says "my AR is ready for you", and all of a sudden hes under FBI investigation, Twitter removed his tweet for inciting violence, and the snowflakes are in an uproar. How is that any different than O' Rourke's threat!? To come take my property! (I dont own an AR btw). How is this any different than "when you pry them from my cold dead hands". Bunch of whiney snowflakes. They like to throw a punch, and then cry when a punch is returned.
I think I can help you here.
One is implying that he intends to take someone's property. It's not clear whether or not he intends to do so lawfully, but given he is a politician we can safely assume he intends to introduce legislation that bans certain firearms, and the possess ion of said firearms without a proper licence will lead to confiscation.
The other replies with a warning that he is prepared to resist that confiscation with his firearm, in other words he is threatening to use that firearms in order to maintain his possession. As it is an AR 15, it can safely be deduced that use that firearm is likely to lead to serious injury or death.
So, you see, one is NOT the same as the other. One is a death threat, the other a political position.
It is an interesting feature of the American mentality that equates the taking of property with the taking of life.
I tell ya what, all those AR-15 totin' fuckers, aint gonna jus say "dur, here ya go". We remember our past, we know tyranny, and we know what is right and wrong. We are not some gun wielding nut job that goes and shoots up children, we are the ones that are first to give our shirts off our back to help out someone, and we dont stand for being shit on. No Brick, we will not all go silently in the night.
As far as "death threat", he made no such thing. He did not say "Im going to shoot you Mr Senator", no, he said you can try and take my property. Shit aint happenin' chief.