GOP candidate who used Twitter to threaten protesters says he’s ‘not afraid’ of crowds

In an interview with The Hill, GOP candidate for governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie, said he’s not afraid of crowds and said he doesn’t think people who protest are terrorists.

Christie was referring to demonstrators who protested the fatal police shooting of an unarmed man in a Staten Island apartment building, but he also said protesters are not terrorists.

The Republican presidential hopeful, who’s also running for president, also said that the protesters are trying to divide the country and said the protesters have no right to be here.

Christie said he is “not afraid” of protesters and that he doesn`t think they are terrorists because he said they are not attacking police.

Christie also told the Hill that he was not calling for violence against protesters, and he said that people who are protesting are peaceful.

He said he wants to be a “peaceful, respectful leader.”

In an interview with The Hill, GOP candidate for governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie, said he’s not afraid of…