Yesterday, having seen the ridiculous quote by Eric Fuller regarding the Tuscon tragedy, I suggested he was an idiot.

Today, I’m inclined to think he’s nuts…and a perfect example of the most outrageous Leftist behavior.

Here’s what Fuller did and said at today’s town hall meeting in Tuscon according to ABC News:

Towards the end of an otherwise thoughtful town hall, there was a single incident: James Eric Fuller, who was shot at the Safeway last week, allegedly made a threatening comment to another audience member, Tucson Tea Party co-founder Trent Humphries. It is unclear whether Humphries heard Fuller and the two never engaged. According to the Pima County Sheriff’s Department, Fuller used a cell phone to take a picture of Humphries and allegedly said, “You’re dead.”

Fifteen seconds after the conclusion of the town hall, law enforcement officials approached Fuller and led him to a side entrance. A moment later, Fuller could heard yelling, “What’s the matter–with you–whores!” Fuller was charged with disorderly conduct and threatening and intimidation and taken to a local mental health facility, according to the Sheriff’s Department.

This is classic: This clown makes a patently ridiculous accusation about Palin, Beck, and Angle being responsible for last Saturday’s violence and then actually makes a death threat against a member of the Tea Party.

Where’s Rod Serling when you need him. We are definitely in the Twilight Zone.

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