New York Democrat congressional candidate Nate McMurray wishes death on Trump supporters while proclaiming ‘Slava Ukraine’

Congressional candidate Nate McMurray posted to X, "Die MAGA die. You lose."

After the Ukraine funding bill passed through the House on Saturday, New York congressional candidate Nate McMurray posted, "Die MAGA die. You lose," online in celebration of the vote.  

Democratic lawmakers were heavily criticized online after waving Ukraine flags in celebration of the vote, however, the New York representative appeared to take his celebration even further.  

After posting the "Die MAGA die" comment, he received heavy backlash online. 

Robby Starbuck quoted his post and said, "This is a Democrat running for Congress. Democrat politicians are bloodthirsty tyrants now who’ve lost their grip on reality."

"What do you think people like this would be comfortable doing to the people you love to reeducate or punish them?" Starbuck added. 

One user replied and said, "You’re a really sad person. You celebrate war funding for a corrupt foreign nation while wishing death upon your own countrymen. I’m embarrassed to be from the same country as you. Grow up."

McMurray then responded, saying, "You support a fat con man. Go tell 'MAGA Mike' he voted for Ukraine."

Bruce Ballou, a veteran according to his X profile, posted, "If a civil war were to ever occur, its people like this who’d be hiding in mommy’s basement, sh*tting themselves. This man is running for office and he’s proudly chanting ‘die MAGA die’. I loathe these people."

The Ukraine funding package will send over $60 billion in aid to the country. The bill has been through a slog leading up to the vote on Saturday when it passed with many conservative Republicans opposing the measure. 
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