Testifier brilliantly trolls MN House gun hearing with rant on 'savages' and lynching
Offensive, bizarre, confusing, and funny things happen at the Minnesota Capitol all the time.
Rarely are they done on purpose.
Earlier this week, the Minnesota House Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance Committee held a hearing on a couple extreme gun bills authored by House Republicans. One would allow for "permitless carry," and the other bill is a classic "stand your ground (and kill someone if you feel like it)" proposal. Learn more about the substance behind those terrible ideas here.
In this story, we shall focus on a master-class in trolling, delivered by a testifier identified as "Ross Koon," who approached the microphone ostensibly to speak in favor of a gun rights bill.