Lord God help us, Kelly Gneiting has come out that he is Gov, Chris Christie’s Brother, challenging him to a sumo match. In this most recent insult to Oregon from the scene of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge where an armed militia has taken over, it’s just gotten a bunch crazier courtesy of an Idaho man wearing a mawashi and challenging New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to a sumo wrestling match.
We could only hope a REAL sumo wrestler, comes out to Oregon to kick this guys ass, who cannot even talk with out being winded.
As an added bonus, there’s video.
It all comes to us courtesy of Kelly Gneiting, who is taking an issue with comments Christie has made that “the job of government is to enforce the law and make sure people are following the law.”
The Rigby, Idaho man takes multiple shots at Christie in the video, even referring to himself as Christie’s brother.
“I have a message for my younger brother Chris,” Gneiting says. “Chris Christie! Gov. Christie! How long’s it been since you’ve seen your older brother Kelly? Yeah, I know mom gave us both girl names, but I want to see who the real sissy is.”
Youtube responded coldly, but quickly.
He then begins to issue a challenge to the GOP presidential candidate.
“You know what I want to see? I want to see you come over here and disperse me, your older brother, in the dojo,” he says. “Woo-hoo, little Christie!”
Gneiting then jokes about all the times they would “tussle in the front room” of their house as kids.
“Now we’re adults, and we both have about the same body frame, so bring that big ol’ belly over here and let’s slap bellies!” Gneiting says.
“I’m talking about 10 bouts — you win one out of those 10, and me and these other good, constitutional folk — I’m going to make them sumo wrestlers, too — all these good, constitutional folk, we’ll disperse,” Gneiting says. “But if I win all 10, I get to roll you down the stairs in that sleeping bag again. Woo-hoo, little Chrissy!”
He closes out by urging Christie to “throw a diaper on” so the two can “go to war over the “Constitution.”
It’s a challenge that the governor shouldn’t take lightly, as Gneiting has shown he’s a pretty good — as well as huge — athlete. Even though he could not seem to breathe well during the production of his video.
In 2011, he set a Guinness World Record by becoming the heaviest man to finish a marathon. At 396.2 pounds, he ran the L.A. Marathon in 9 hours, 48 minutes and 52 seconds, crushing the previous record of 11:51:11 set by a relatively slim 275-pounder.
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