Democrat Party Official Caught on Tape: “I’m Glad He Was Shot, I Wish He Was F*cking Dead!” – AUDIO

The left is absolutely disgusting. A Nebraska Democrat party official was caught on tape saying, “I’m glad he was shot, I wish he was f*cking dead!” This audio was released on Thursday.

Per Circa News:

A Nebraska Democratic Party official was ousted Thursday after audio recording surfaced of him making offensive remarks about U.S. Rep Steve Scalise.

Phil Montag, former co-chair of the state party’s technology committee, said he wished Scalise was dead.

I’m glad he got shot. I’m not fucking saying that in public. I wish he was fucking dead.

—Phil Montag, former co-chair of tech committee

Montag was relieved of his volunteer duties after Nebraska Democratic Party Chair Jane Kleeb received audio recording of Montag’s comments obtained by The World-Herald.

“Wishing a Member of Congress or any individual dead is disgusting and has no place in our party,” Kleeb said.

In an interview Thursday, Montag said he was “horrified” by the shooting of Scalise and all gun violence and that his words were edited to be taken out of context. “I did not call for the congressman’s death,” Montag said.

Nebraska Democratic Party Chairwoman Jane Kleeb confirmed to affiliate FOX 42 News Thursday it was Montag’s voice on the recording.

According to reports, Montag was consoling another Democrat. The person he was consoling had just posted on Facebook that it was ‘so funny” to see the Congressman devastated on TV just after Scalise was shot. What a completely despicable thing to say.

Listen to the audio. WARNING VULGAR LANGUAGE

Democrat Party Official Caught on Tape

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