RedState Gathering organizer reads hate mail from Trump supporters

 
RedState founder Erick Erickson attracted a lot of anger from Donald Trump supporters after the businessman was disinvited from this weekend’s RedState Gathering in Atlanta.
 
Erickson used the event to read aloud some of the hate mail he received, in the video above.
 
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Some emailers thought Erickson was too sensitive, including a man named Mark, who wrote: “I don’t care whether Mr. Trump hurts people’s feelings. … People are tired of pencil-headed pucks like you who cry and stamp their feet when they disagree with someone’s comments.”
 
Others criticized Fox News debate moderator Megyn Kelly, the target of Trump’s ire, like DD, who wrote: “She thinks she is America’s TV darling. She should be fired.”
 
Still others let fly further invective toward the Obama family, including one who wrote: “Why don’t you just marry the [n-word] in the White House if you’re going to reject Mr. Trump? … You’re no better than the [c-word] who lives in the White House.”
 
Erickson disinvited Trump from the conservative gathering overnight Friday after Trump criticized Kelly and said of her aggressive questions during Thursday’s GOP presidential debate, "You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes. Blood coming out of her — wherever.”
 

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