Liberal luncay at its best.

Montel Williams, a 1990s-era TV talk-show host who’s since turned to infomercials and political activism as a means of making a living, said in several Twitter messages he’s quite OK with authorities using deadly force to take out the Oregon protesters who’ve taken over a federal wildlife sanctuary.

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In a tweet, he wrote, the Blaze reported: “It appears #OregonUnderAttack by a bunch of undereducated terrorist buffoons who follow #ClivenBundy shall we send them to meet #ISIS.”

The reference to Cliven Bundy was to the Nevada rancher who was involved with an armed standoff with federal authorities in 2014 over grazing rights. That matter was settled peacefully, after the federal government backed off and left the scene.

The current situation in Oregon involves the son of Bundy, Ammon, who has joined with others to protest the jailing of a 73-year-old rancher and his son for a land dispute with the government, as WND reported. The group, which is armed, has taken over a facility at the Mahleur National Wildlife Refuge near Burns, Oregon, nearly 300 miles east of Portland.

To read more about the history of the Bureau of Land Management attempted takeover and unfair imprisonment of the Hammonds, click here.

And on that, Williams continued to tweet: “Totally fine with a massive use of deadly force in Oregon to take out Ammon Bundy. #OregonUnderAttack.”

Another: “Then let’s give them some – put this down using National Guard with shoot to kill orders.”

And even after Twitter posters reacted to Williams with outrage, he continued to tweet his call for attacks on the protesters.

He wrote: “I said what I said re Oregon tonight bc these clowns are PURPOSELY endangering LE and threatening armed conflict (by implication) – NOT OK.”

One more: “I’m calling on Govt to end terrorist siege perpetrated by a bunch of hillbilly American Taliban #OregonUnderAttack.”

The characterization reminds of one then-Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid made against the Bundy family during their standoff with feds, when he said during an event hosted by the Las Vegas Review-Journal: “These people, who hold themselves out to be patriots, are not. They’re nothing more than domestic terrorists.”

Source: Montel Williams: ‘Shoot to kill’ Oregon protesters