Radio DJ Resigns After Making Threats Against Pro Gun Listeners, Bashing Local Gun Shop

February 11 2013
by Dan Cannon
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According to, A Pittsburgh radio show host resigned Friday for threatening comments he made on Facebook and an on-air rant that bashed a local firearm store’s giveaway of an AR-15 package and firearm owners all-together.

The DJ used his airtime to bash a local gun store who was giving away an AR-15 and ammo package during a contest.

The DJ also implied that the government’s use of armed drones would be justified if they were used to kill Second Amendment supporters.

The radio host resigned his position shortly thereafter, citing his inability to separate personal views from work.

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