Roseburg to Obama: Don’t ‘Stand on the Corpses of Our Loved Ones’

The Associated Press
The Associated Press

David Jaques, the outspoken publisher of conservative paper The Roseburg Beacon, took to Fox News on Monday night to continue to make his case that President Obama is not welcome in Roseburg to push his anti-gun political agenda.

Jaques told host Bill O’Reilly that the President wants to “stand on the corpses of our loved ones and make some kind of political point.”

Jaques also said that elected officials, including Douglas County Comissioners, as well as the local Sheriff and Chief of Police, have urged the President not to use Roseburg to promote his political plans.

On Monday, the White House announced that President Obama would be visiting Roseburg this coming Friday.

Prior to his O’Reilly appearance, Jaques had made his case against the President’s visit in an exclusive interview with Breitbart News.


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