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Kurt Nimmo, a writer at, created a petition on the White House’s website that asks for CNN host Piers Morgan to be deported from the country because he has been accused of being an enemy of the country’s constitution and Bill of Rights, according to

All of the anger against Morgan began after he interviewed Larry Pratt, the executive director of Gun Owners of America. Morgan supports strict gun laws and he let Pratt know his stance during the interview. Morgan said that gun laws and gun-free zones will not solve the problems in the United States tied to gun violence.


Morgan told Pratt: “You’re an unbelievably stupid man, aren’t you?” and “You have absolutely no coherent argument. You don’t actually give a damn about the gun murder rate in America.”

Morgan then got involved with another user on Twitter. That user accused Morgan of being “gleeful that a tragedy happened to help you push your cause.” Morgan responded with a sarcastic tweet, saying, “Of course I am, you moron.”

The petition is to deport “foreign agent and enemy of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights Piers Morgan.”

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“British Citizen and CNN television host Piers Morgan is engaged in a hostile attack against the U.S. Constitution by targeting the Second Amendment,” the petition reads. “We demand that Mr. Morgan be deported immediately for his effort to undermine the Bill of Rights and for exploiting his position as a national network television host to stage attacks against the rights of American citizens.”

The White House will not respond to the petition until it reaches 25,000 signatures by January 20, 2013. As of early Monday morning, the petition had already acquired close to 2,500 signatures. Of the signatures already on the petition, people who have signed it come from all areas of the country. People from California, Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, Hawaii, Illinois, Georgia, Missouri, Florida and other states have signed the petition.


  1. Edward The Booble

    December 24, 2012 at 12:45 pm

    One of the more interesting tenets about the US Bill of Rights is that it is not universal. Applying only to US citizens, it is a discriminatory and divisive document.

    Since it doesn’t apply to citizens of other countries, your lunatic fringe would seem to be entitled to restrict Morgan’s right to freedom of expression because the 1st amendment doesn’t apply to him.

    This is a little sad, because the second sentence of your Declaration of Independence states that: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal …” and goes on to discuss inalienable rights.

    Morgan is a prick. Don’t like him. Never have. He’s right in this instance, which is why the US lunatic fringe is so gung-ho out to shut him up.

    It turns out to be Sinclair Lewis who said “When fascism comes to America, it will be wrapped in the flag and carrying the cross.” Probably Morgan’s detractors would disagree.

  2. Chris Vogel

    December 24, 2012 at 1:55 pm

    Not surprising. Gun nuts tend to be both rabidly conservative and blindly religious and so become hysterical when any of their idiotic beliefs are questioned. They hate anyone disagreeing with them since their pathetic house of cards is hard enough to keep up as it is.

  3. John Galt

    December 25, 2012 at 6:11 pm

    “Gun Nuts”?

    Why are we in Afghanistan? ANSWER: $3 Trillion in Copper. That’s why the Russians invaded in 1979.
    Who was assassinated on Sept 9, 2001 — 2 days before 9-11? Who was Ahmad Shah Massood? Who were being sent to Guantanamo? Who is Hamid Karzai? Why was he selected to govern Afghan with support of foreign farmboys / aka gun nuts?

    Lawyers. What do lawyers do for a living? ANSWER: They play Scrabble for a living. They argue about the definitions of words. They argue about arguing. They argue about how to argue about arguing.

    What is treason? Is it “Domestic Violence” (a constitutional term regarding widespread civil unrest)? Or, is it “Domestic Violence” — a private argument between a husband and wife? Or, is treason something else?

    Is it “Waterboarding”? Or, is it “Chinese Water Torture”? If it’s “waterboarding”, it’s not “torture.” If it is Chinese Water Torture, then it is torture.

    Now, the lastest phrase “Pain Compliance.” Is it “pain compliance” or is it Torture to use a tazer?

    In the 1970s movie, Conquest for the Planet of the Apes, electrocution was a method of torture.

    Need I say more? I’m an expert in history — and reality.

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