California Democrat Arrested For Death Threats Toward FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and His Family…

Yikes, looks like someone following through on Congresswoman Maxine Waters approach toward political violence was just arrested.  From the Eastern District of VA:

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – A California man was arrested today in Los Angeles on charges of threatening to kill the family of Ajit Pai, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, for Pai’s role in repealing regulations relating to net neutrality.

According to court documents, on or about Dec. 19 and 20, 2017, Markara Man, 33, of Norwalk, allegedly sent three emails to Chairman Pai’s email accounts. The first email accused Chairman Pai of being responsible for a child who allegedly had committed suicide because of the repeal of net neutrality regulations. The second email listed three locations in or around Arlington, and threatened to kill the Chairman’s family members.

The third email had no message in its body, but included an image depicting Chairman Pai and, in the foreground and slightly out of focus, a framed photograph of Chairman Pai and his family. The FBI traced the emails to Man’s residence in Norwalk, California, and when initially confronted in May 2018, Man admitted to the FBI that he sent the email threatening Chairman Pai’s family because he was “angry” about the repeal of the net neutrality regulations and wanted to “scare” Chairman Pai.

Man is charged with a threatening to murder a member of the immediate family of a U.S. official with the intent to intimidate or interfere with such official while engaged in the performance of official duties, or with the intent to retaliate against such official on account of the performance of official duties.

If convicted, Man faces a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison. Actual sentences for federal crimes are typically less than the maximum penalties. A federal district court judge will determine any sentence after taking into account the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines and other statutory factors.  (read more w/ PACER link)

 

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215 Responses to California Democrat Arrested For Death Threats Toward FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and His Family…

  1. kittytrump84 says:

    Well it’s about damn time someone get’s arrested. Maxine, your next.

    Liked by 48 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      I hope this POS gets the full 10 years! That is the only way to teach them a lesson.

      Liked by 37 people

      • jrapdx says:

        We’ll see if he gets convicted. Out in “la-la land” it might be hard to get a jury that would find the POS guilty. In any case, yeah, throw the book at him. When we see a few dozen arrests, convictions and harsh sentences maybe that will convince the leftists at large to tone it down a few notches.

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        • Donald says:

          Jrapdx: Nice thought! But behaviour modification is impossible for these people. You may not know this, but they are insane!
          We should be focused on protecting the innocent, not reforming Satan—he doesn’t want to be reformed ! But Ajit Pai certainly deserves to live his life free of murder threats.
          For that reason only, criminals deserves separation from society.

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          • jrapdx says:

            As genuinely nutty people have told me, “I may be crazy but I’m not stupid!” When several dozen “threateners” are arrested, some convicted and sentenced, others will get the message and dial it back. But you’re right insofar as they’ll still have severe CDS+TDS, in no way will they be “cured” of their afflictions.

            Most of the people making threats are cowards, timid but angry souls lashing out behind the anonymity of the internet. They can do the calculation and won’t risk being imprisoned for the thrill of making threats to public officials. Especially when the celebrities goading them on understand their own risk and stop being so provocative.

            Of course there’s a lunatic fringe that don’t respond to anything short of incarceration. However with the “amateurs” intimidated into silence the real nutcases will stand out and be easier to track down and put away. Goes without saying we need very much to protect the innocent, the officials doing their jobs to serve the country. I anticipate PT will say more about this in the weeks to come.

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          • Lemmy says:

            An unintended consequence of their TDS that gives me hope. Tending/growing:
            https://twitter.com/search?q=%23walkaway&src=typd

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        • Man has been charged in Federal Court in Virginia and will be tried there. I don’t think the folks in Virginia, most all of whom are or no someone who is a federal employee, are going to feel much sympathy for a guy who makes such specific death threats based on what federal employees are charged to do on the job.

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          • Argh! no=know. Typing to fast.

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          • jrapdx says:

            May depend on which part of Virginia. Some parts of N. VA are very “liberal” and may not have so much empathy. But I think you’re probably right, a clear threat doesn’t need much translation for jurors to understand what it means. Besides most people aren’t too concerned about relatively arcane matters like “net neutrality”, threatening to kill someone is pretty darn clear.

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            • MelH says:

              Good Grief, MANY have threatened President Trump and/or family members and it
              is treated as a Ho Hum event! Why all the fuss about the FCC guy?

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              • jrapdx says:

                And certainly threats to the President should NOT be dismissed as “Ho Hum” events. That’s exactly the point I’d make. The guy upset about “net neutrality” is but one example, there are thousands, just look at Twitter. Arresting him is a step forward, but it will take many more to have any real effect. It’s about time to take a stand against the constant negativity and threats that have pervaded society for a long time. If the arrest of the “net neutrality guy” is the start of a trend it will be a very constructive one!

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          • olderwiser21 says:

            Don’t be too sure – the majority of the federal employees voted for Hildabeast. They will say Ajit had it coming. Nice thought, though.

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          • Sugarhillhardrock says:

            Thank you, for pointing out the venue.

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        • dd_sc says:

          Jail time in defense of the cause has always been a badge of honor for leftists. They won’t tone down the rhetoric. Maybe winnow out some of the lesser zealots.

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          • jrapdx says:

            I haven’t conducted any studies of people making threats via email, social media and the like, but typically people are relatively passive and follow leaders.

            A few are deranged enough, and those are the ones you’re talking about. I doubt if even 1% are really willing to be jailed for their “beliefs”, especially if
            risk of incarceration causes the “thought leaders” to cool their jets. Which I think is the likely outcome if there are a number of arrests for such conduct.

            For American leftists, It’s not like there’s a true noble cause to sacrifice for, there isn’t a large constituency for murder even among “liberals”.

            Just ask the people of Iran, they understand the meaning of revolution, and even they are not advocating targeted murder of officials. I just don’t think we’ll see very many Americans willing to risk 10 years in prison just for the thrill of being threatening.

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            • Jan says:

              “It’s not like there’s a true noble cause to sacrifice for, there isn’t a large constituency for murder even among “liberals”. ” You will need to revise your theory. The mowing down of Congressional Republicans in baseball practice, the mowing down of hundreds in Las Vegas at a concert, the bloodletting has already started. Ever notice we get a mass shooting or a crisis created by Dimms when Pres. Trump is having a good week. The Left no longer cares about this country or Americans who don’t agree with them. We’re mere impediments to getting back their power. If we lose either house this fall, Pres. Trump gets impeached, and then the blood bath becomes a lot more bloodier. The Left is welcoming millions of illegals who bring drugs, gangs, sex trafficking, low education, no job skills, and send their children unaccompanied across a desert. They break the laws just coming here, and that’s what the Dimms and the left want in lieu of me and you. And they don’t give a dam about who gets raped along the way.

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              • jrapdx says:

                I guess I wasn’t clear enough. Of course there are extremely dangerous people making threats and some act it out as you said. I’m not minimizing the risks of leftists and their ideologies, I’m aware of their existence and by all means possible they have to be thwarted. That’s why we elected PT, we understood the ramifications of continuing down the path of the last decades.

                But the subject was the arrest of this particular man who make particular threats. Thing is threats are ubiquitous, you can read thousands of them every day on Twitter and elsewhere. This kind of “noise” is harmful, even if relatively few of those people are likely to act violently.

                Numerous arrests of people making threats via email, etc., will have a very favorable effect on reducing the constant chatter. In turn that decreases potential effects on the unstable people more likely to act dangerously.

                Should we tolerate the empty-headed, off-hand threats that clog the internet on a daily basis? Even if those people are unlikely to actually hurt anyone, I contend we need to take a stand. We have to start somewhere to reduce the climate of violence that’s permeated public discourse. I’d wager throwing in a few arrests of media and hollywood types who make threats would multiply the benefit tremendously.

                I don’t know how much any of that will reduce the risk of the really dangerous people out there. But does that mean we shouldn’t arrest people who make threats?

                Otherwise what should we do to reduce the risks to safety not only for the President but for “ordinary” citizens as well? What are your ideas?

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        • litlbit2 says:

          I have noticed from time to time rape is a possibility when sharing a 6 x 8 with “d” rings and a concrete mattress.

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        • Dearyme says:

          TWINKIES anyone??????????

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      • And I hope, that he is not out on the bail. It should not be any on someone threating to kill.

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      • Stringy theory says:

        Absolutely, Flep, put these thugs behind bars with Bubba and throw away the key.

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      • Carrie2 says:

        fle, will they ever learn? With the lousy education and brainwashing, they won’t. Hope he gets that 10 or more and finds out what freedom and rights really mean and how to treat people.

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      • Kenji says:

        I fear for Ajit Pai and his whole family … if … he is counting on the FBI to protect them. I would begin by checking all the personal messaging of the agents assigned to his case. For all I know, the agents are texting back and forth about how Pai … ‘deserves it’ … since he has sided with ‘corporate’ interests over the ‘little guy’. Please Mr. Pai … demand to see all private communications of the FBI agents assigned to your case. Take nothing for granted … esp. that the FBI are doing their jobs!!

        Yes … this IS what has become of the FBI … after 8-long Obama years of hiring Anti-American leftist Agents of the Uber State.

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    • Daniel says:

      It’s the fact that none will condemn Maxine herself. It’s the fact than none demand she step down and let her replacement make the plea for people to not commit violence.

      She might have “backed down” but her listeners didn’t back down and none of the Democrats are truly distancing themselves from her. And she apparently has a history of backing such violence. She needs to leave.

      Vote for and/or contribute to her replacement. Help in the campaign if you can.

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      Yes! I would like to see more of this – lots and lots of arrests. It’s about damn time! By the way, did Rosie ever get charged with making illegal campaign contributions and thrown in jail? No? I didn’t think so……What about all these movie stars who threaten the President and different members of his family with bodily harm? What? Oh, yes – crickets…….Maybe if this guy (Markara) had a little bit more “star” power, he could have gotten off with a nice slap on the wrist. Makes me sick.

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      • slowcobra says:

        Olderwiser, that’s just what I was thinking!

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      • Skifflegirl says:

        Until one of these celebs who openly threaten PDJT (and his appointee’s) get a perp walk in handcuffs -and jail time – the desperation and madness on the left will continue. The legal double standards prove true over and over again and none of these crackpots will get the message until it stops. And I don’t see our current DOJ making much of an effort in that regard.

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    • Sunshine says:

      It’s just getting worse, day after day, for the Democrats. They’re transforming into a terrorist party.

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    • cali says:

      @kittytrump84: ^^^^^^^This!

      In the meantime Maxine’s claim receiving death threats were fake but her way increase her donations for her re-election facing Republican Omar Navarro. Why would she need to travel to Texas to give a campaign speech?
      It isn’t enough that she does not even live in her own district but rather 20 miles away from the ‘riff raffs’ in her 4.6 million dollar mansion that also has security.

      In yesterday’s advertised rally – 7 people in total showed up! Looks like her popularity is a myth by itself.
      Her corruption in how she obtained her wealth while her constituents are either homeless, live in squalor conditions or just scraping by and crime has sky rocketed – will come out soon enough because her secret deal with CAIR to help their muslim supporters move into brand spanking new housing designed for her constituents in lieu of lots of cash from CAIR were more lucrative for her.
      She is one vile individual and know her jig is up pretty soon has her frothing on both sides of her mouth. Those who are loudest are always easy to spot.

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    • Scott says:

      Should not Peter Fonda be arrested as well? He’s not some guy in his underwear making threats from Podunct USA but actually has the monetary means to do what he threatens.

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    • vincentcuomo says:

      Mann should get the full 10 years; there has been cyber bullying and suicides even with Net Neutrality rules and everyone knows that; he is just using that as an excuse to hide behind his real reason for Net Neutrality rules; he like all Lefties want to shut out conservative voices on the internet.

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    • clive hoskin says:

      I got kicked off twitter a couple of weeks ago because I called someone a MORON.But it’s OK to threaten someone with actual harm or even murder and NOTHING is done to them.(If your a Leftard)How come?

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  2. Trumpmendous says:

    Maxine will declare this unfair because it happened before she told the people to do it, so he should get a do over.

    Liked by 9 people

  3. LBB says:

    This is an example of stepping in before it is too late. Let it be an example of what the 1st amendment doesn’t allow.

    Liked by 15 people

  4. At least we know what we are up against….. OY

    Liked by 7 people

  5. joeknuckles says:

    It’s no wonder Democrats are so angry. How would you feel if your party logo was a Toilet seat?

    Liked by 16 people

  6. Blue bongo says:

    A young intern opened the emails, thus ended an aspiring future leader’s political ambitions.

    “All warfare is based on deception.
    The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.”
    Sun tzu

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  7. joeknuckles says:

    There are many more that could be arrested and charged for this crime.

    Liked by 10 people

  8. margarite1 says:

    Is it true that someone killed themselves over the repeal of net neutrality? Our media and the rats – especially including Hillary have pushed people to the edge with their anti-Trump hysteria.
    What a hypocrite Hillary is for not being able to accept the results of the election and have to doubt that she really cares who gets hurt due to her incessant attempts to stay relevant.

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    • De Oppresso Libre says:

      I was also wondering about that….sounds to me like the kid had serious emotional issues completely non-related to anything on the internet. He / she would probably have killed themselves anyway, eventually. Tragic and terribly sad for his / her family, but nothing to do with the FCC. What an idiot this guy is….

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      • The Boss says:

        What kid really knows anything about net neutrality?

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        • rrick says:

          How much do they know? Only what they’ve been told. And it must have been viciously hammered into their head. Knowing that to think suicide (I have personally known three) is a viable option is really messed up, how much more messed up it is to to say the cause of a suicide is a policy change?

          It is absolutely nutso to make that claim. Whoever made that claim has exhibited full blown TDS. All I can think of is God surely has given them over to their reprobate minds. Is it perhaps they dragged another into their derangement? Woe is them.

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    • cthulhu says:

      Chances are that not one out of fifty of the chanting masses that demand “net neutrality” could actually describe what the policy behind the buzzword actually is.

      If it were labelled accurately, it would be called “infrastructure theft.”

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      • cthulhu says:

        The easiest way to explain “net neutrality” is by analogy. My main electrical panel at my house is 200A. It has a 100A breaker for a subpanel, a 30A breaker for a clothes dryer, then 2 15A breakers (totalling 30A) and 12 20A breakers (totalling 240A) — for a total of 400A breakers in a 200A panel. When a vendor builds internet infrastructure, they follow similar principles — in theory, I could have a single outlet on a single 20A circuit safely draw up to 2400 watts of power (120V x 20A = 2400W) and breakers wouldn’t trip. But if all my breakers pulled 60% of their capacity, my main breaker would trip. It has been 14 years since I rejiggered my electric, and I haven’t tripped a breaker in that time.

        “Net neutrality” attempts to mandate that someone could invent a device that plugged into a 20A circuit and draw 20A, and that I couldn’t (a) block this person from plugging in; (b) charge this person more; (c) charge everyone more; or limit his device on my 20A outlets to 16A. Mind you, all of his 20A devices alone exceed the capacity of my entire system.

        A big believer in “net neutrality” is NetFlix — remember when they actually mailed DVDs around the country? During that time, all sorts of ISPs built all sorts of networks based on a reasonable model of their usage. Then NetFlix decided to dump 4.7G DVD’s onto the internet instead — like a 20A device on a 20A circuit. Heck, have a different person watch a different movie in another room! — now there are two 20A devices on 20A circuits. Hulu and Amazon video are also great fans. Their business models all assume that they can forever abuse people who build out actual physical costly networks using reasonable business models.

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      • cthulhu says:

        “Net neutrality” advocates try to make it seem like it’s the difference between plugging 2A load or a 20A load into a circuit and having it work, when it’s really about paying for a 2A load that might hit 20A sometimes and continuously leeching 20A out of it.

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        • nimrodman says:

          Thanks for the examples, Cthulhu, that’s a good way to portray so-called “net neutrality” and I hadn’t grasped it like that before.

          I’m a scientist and understand electricity and guitar amps at a rudimentary level and – even so – I can follow, but barely. Your average Jane and Joe won’t follow at all.

          A water tank example with garden hoses and fire hoses might be more readily envisioned by most, but I’m not intending to give you a writing assignment. And I’m not quite up to it myself just now.

          But if there’s a talent out there who could translate your electricity example into something that people can “see” physically, that’d be a nice contribution. I can even see a cartoon animation in my mind’s eye.

          Good point that it pits bandwidth-intensive riders like streaming video services against the ISPs and cable companies that have built the infrastructure. “Net neutrality” basically makes the video guys “free riders”.

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          • cthulhu says:

            Thanks, nimrodman — your comment appears to get the gist of things regardless of any deficiencies in my explanation. “Net neutrality” is all about people who did not build the net abusing its nominal limits. That this has become a national issue is weird. That there are nationwide protesters is even weirder.

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            • nimrodman says:

              oh, no deficiency in your explanation, cthulhu.

              the only issue is electricity as the basis for the example. the average person doesn’t understand electricity, it’s not something they can see or hold.

              folks who will comprehend it understand electrical potential (voltage), resistance, and current flow (amps. watts, etc). but that’s the more technical-minded folks, electricians, scientists.

              but those folks are a small percentage.

              thanks again, I’d bypassed trying to understand fully what “net neutrality” meant until your example.
              there was too much noise around the issue and I didn’t come across a good explanation while perusing the issue casually.

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            • De Oppresso Libre says:

              Thank you for your illustrative explanation, which allows an ignorant layman such as myself to more adequately understand the issue. Apparently, the issue must also involve vast sums of potential wealth / income, or it would not be such a “vital issue”, and will ultimately be decided by which politicians can be purchased to legalize someone’s attainment of that potential wealth……as long as the elected representative(s) get their cut, that is. As with most fair-minded persons, I am fully supportive of those who have created and built such a platform to achieve every ounce of benefit (both creatively and financially) that their imagination, determination, and hard work may provide them. That is the essence of America – anyone, regardless of background or heritage, can achieve great things for themselves and their future generations, due to the sweat of their own brow. But, it simply sickens me to think that the common, filthy trash which today inhabits the hallowed halls of our revered institutions, are more the rule than the exception. We have certainly come a long way since 1776. May God save the Republic.

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    • Janie M. says:

      margarite, I think it’s a lie. And given what the perp did, it’s possible HE is responsible for the child’s death if it really occurred – probably told the kid Armageddon was now imminent and we would all suffer horrible deaths. The man is clearly mentally ill.

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      • rrick says:

        Janie, this is exactly what I think. Woe to him who may have dragged another into his own derangement. I said ‘may have’ as I do not really know. I hope that is not the case. As bad as it is. it can be much worse when we consider the spiritual battle going on. We are commanded to pray for our enemies.

        See, Matthew 5: 43-48

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      “The first email accused Chairman Pai of being responsible for a child who allegedly had committed suicide because of the repeal of net neutrality regulations.”

      If true, this has officially blown my mind. Of all issues to become suicidal over, net neutrality???? We all lived without the net neutrality regulations our whole lives until a the tail end of the Obama Administration. We didn’t really have an opportunity to assess their impact before PDJT repealed them.

      So…what’s different? Nothing’s different. This net neutrality hoopla has been an artificial manufactured astroturfed outrage/hysteria as near as I can tell. I cannot even imagine suicide over it, or threatening to kill someone over it. It simply is beyond my imagining.

      The Left has come undone.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      ‘Net Neutrality’ was a big Lie.

      Just like the ‘Affordable Care Act’, or ObamaCare, was a big lie.

      ‘Net Neutrality’ was something that the Big Tech companies like Goggle & Fakebook, got their buddy Ozero to do for them.
      It is designed to keep small tech competitors from succeeding.

      The Dems failed to get Net Neutrality legislation passed.
      So Ozero went around Congress…and passed it through the FCC, claiming that it was covered under ‘free speech’.

      But because the lying enemedia lied about what Net Neutrality actually was…a lot of snowflakes thought that, without it, there would be widespread Censorship on the internet.

      Just the opposite is true.
      Net Neutrality allowed the Big Tech companies to censor conservative voices, even worse, by letting them claim it was their ‘free speech right’ to do so.

      By moving Net Neutrality over to the Fed Trade Commission, Ajit Pai made these Big Tech companies subject to regulations on Unfair Trade Practices.
      Which is exactly what their censorship is — unfair trade practices.

      But there are still a lot of snowflakes and leftist crazies who don’t know the truth about this whole thing.
      The Dems, the enemedia and the Big Tech companies want to keep it that way, too.

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      • margarite1 says:

        Thanks Wheatie!

        The left always comes up with such ridiculous names that can make it hard for people to decipher what they’re really up to.

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        • wheatietoo says:

          It is by design, Margarite.
          They do it on purpose.

          They use intentionally misleading names…so that they can lie about what the policy/regulation/bill *really* does.

          It’s like when they call a Tax…a “contribution”.

          A ‘contribution’ is voluntary.
          A tax is not.

          A tax is actually the opposite of contribution.

          The Left uses this Orwellian double-speak, to hide what they are trying to do to us.

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          • rrick says:

            Wheatie, as I read Margarite’s comment the words flowed across my lips, those exact words contained in your reply, nearly verbatim.

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            • SteveT says:

              It is also why the Left refer to socialism and progressive. Who wouldn’t want to be thought of as social and/or progressive, but its not what they mean.

              SteveT

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          • Curry Worsham says:

            Pro-choice vs pro-abortion.

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            • margarite1 says:

              Pro-choice and “what I want to do with my body” always get me pissed.

              The mother had a choice to prevent a pregnancy – that’s the choice – either birth control or don’t do it. But then when they’re on the “MY BODY” tirades they conveniently leave out that there is another body involved – one completely vulnerable to the decency of the one person in this world who nature has given the responsibility for its protection.

              This selfishness is actually flagrant evil as far as I’m concerned.

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      • olderwiser21 says:

        Yes, Wheatie – and they always pick the most perfect names for these acts – Net Neutrality – which sounds good but means the exact opposite – just like the Affordable Care Act – oh hahahahah! The best of all – “Planned Parenthood” – which has nothing to do with becoming a parent and everything to do with ending that possibility. They are masters at deceptive labeling, which plays well with uninformed masses. Sad but true.

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      • bearsgrrr says:

        Thank you for the explanation. Sounds exactly right. Now rural folks have better options for internet.

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      • De Oppresso Libre says:

        Well said, Wheatie, well said.

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  9. fleporeblog says:

    And this man and what he had to say tells me that the Leftist, Democrats, MSM etc. are dying a slow and painful death 💀 and will become even more unhinged because our President is MAGA!

    Absolute Must Watch:

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  10. Marygrace Powers says:

    No more spewing violence without consequences/
    LOCK THEM ALL UP – THAT INCLUDES MAXINE.

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    • blind no longer says:

      Amen Marygrace, and that inlcudes Kathy Griffin, Madonna, Johnny Depp, Snope Dawg and any other Hollyweird type that thinks they are beyond the reach of the law!!

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  11. erin1234567 says:

    Democrats complain about Trump’s “rhetoric” yet their insanity has far surpassed anything Trump has said. Walk Away

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    • jengancworld says:

      Just what Peter Fonda and Maxine Waters said last week by far surpasses anything that President Trump might have said!! President Trump is a very smart man ,as we all know. Those are only two examples there are probably 10 others that I can’t think of right now that said. Worse in the last week or two!!

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  12. Is Reuters going to blame this on Maxine and the Democrat party?

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  13. badlass says:

    Actually, I’m surprised the fbi didn’t hire him.

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  14. Pam says:

    I’ve been saying this for sometime now that the end goal of these far left dems is murder if necessary. Yes, Maxine Waters has blood on her hands if anyone is seriously harmed.

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    • Retired USMC says:

      Its what Communists do…no surprise here.

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      • cav16 says:

        Amen Brother!

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      • TheLastDemocrat says:

        Marxism is built on the philosophy of historical development across time. Marx, and colleagues, recognize that all major revolutionary advances are bloody. They therefore, part and parcel, believe, as strongly as they believe the rest of Marxism, that their eventual, historically ordained, revolution will be bloody.

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    • clive hoskin says:

      They are already blaming President Trump for the latest shooting.They probably don’t realise that the shooter used a shotgun,not an”Automatic Rifle”because they don’t know the difference.

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  15. Luke Adachi says:

    Don’t look away.

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  16. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Please don’t just catch and release. He must do time or he will be on CNN tomorrow night being hailed as a hero. Make an example of this punk. If the vitriol from the Left keeps up put more these angry violent Dems in jail. Just do it.

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  17. Curry Worsham says:

    Did they rip his children from his arms? So sad!

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  18. jrapdx says:

    A few dozen more such arrests might begin to stem the tide of “Civility Deficit Syndrome” plaguing the nation. In particular the myriad threats against the President and his family are outrageous and dangerous. Seems obvious CDS is associated with TDS. A quick view at popular Twitter threads will convince any skeptic that such expressions are hazardous given the number of people having marginal self-control and susceptible to being “triggered” by hateful and aggressive messages to the President and other administration officials. Sane limits of free speech have been exceeded for a long time, and it’s well beyond the point the extreme voices should be reined in.

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  19. JW Pres. Tom Fitton: Maxine Waters Inciting Violence? Also–Fusion GPS & SCOTUS Updates

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  20. Lucille says:

    FYI, Norwalk, CA is one of the garden spots of the Leftist world. Lo-fos, galore…lots of illegal aliens, gangs, and Dems.

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  21. Jim in TN says:

    Why did it take 5 months before they interviewed him? That is a horribly long time if he was serious about his threat.

    Liked by 7 people

  22. progpoker says:

    Mankara Man. Can there be a more sexist name?? 😂🤣😂

    Liked by 2 people

  23. Jimi Helms says:

    Can’t fix stupid, they’re securing two terms for President Trump.
    More time to Drain the Swamp!
    Life is good!

    Liked by 3 people

  24. TheWanderingStar says:

    That’s a helluva big covfefe mug that the chairman is using.

    Liked by 5 people

  25. Doug says:

    It was the violence toward Trump supporters during the last election cycle that got me to become much more active in politics now. The sight of supporters being physically assaulted in America is revolting. The leftist nutbags would go outside my Congressman’s office, yelling and screaming wanting to get in.
    I’m going to be even more active in the lead up to November because we CANNOT have any of these crazy loony people in charge of anything.

    Liked by 12 people

  26. emet says:

    Time for harsh sentencing,
    殺 一驚百
    Kill one, scare 100

    Liked by 2 people

  27. Genie says:

    Pajama Boy grows up to become Markara Man.
    “Wear pajamas, drink hot chocolate, send threatening e-mails.”
    #GetArrested

    Liked by 6 people

  28. jeans2nd says:

    Why is this one not on Obama?
    Obama was the one that initiated “Net Neutrality,” mislabeled it, lied about its purpose and effects, and created the reason for panic at its repeal.
    Assign responsibility where it rightly lies – Obama.

    Liked by 8 people

  29. rjcylon says:

    Threatening people after they already have power. Net Neutrality is ALREADY dead. It’s was gone before it even arrived. We already have the White House. We’re going to have even more of the House and Senate in November. We’re going to have a great new Supreme Court Justice confirmed before the mid-terms.

    What do you guys have, Hollywood? You can have them. I think most of us held onto our goodwill for as long as possible, now we completely ignore what these former influential celebrities cry about.

    What else? You think you are going to shut down ICE? Seriously? Did you see those federal cops down in Portland? These guys actually like law and order, and having a civil society.

    All you guys seem to have is the ability to make threats to public officials, and to turn once beautiful cities into enormous outhouses.

    Liked by 7 people

  30. Michael says:

    Great news!
    Peter Fonda’s New Film Nets Measly $30,000 After Actor’s Perverted Attack on Barron Trump

    Liked by 8 people

    • olderwiser21 says:

      I wonder if the producers were happy with Peter’s little outburst? My guess is “not very”.

      Liked by 2 people

    • TwoLaine says:

      That’s too funny. That doesn’t even pay for Craft service on day 1. We were talking about him and all the other cuckoo puffs around the dinner table last night. Who wants to see another movie by another has been? I only barely remember one movie he was in, it’s that old.

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  31. czarowniczy says:

    Along those same lines the media’s been crowing about pericelebrity John Melendez pranking Trump by pretending to be Senator Bob Menendez and getting the White House switchboard to patch him through to Trump on Air Force One. Melendez played a recording of what he said was his conversation with Trump and it sure sounded like Trump. So far the WH has no comment.

    I’m hoping the DoJ goes after Melendez under US Code that makes it illegal gto impersonate an elected or appointed Federal official – he wouldn’t be the first jerk prosecuted for impersonating a Senator. Actualy some Senators could be prosecuted undet that section of the Code if you interpreted it literally. Let’s see if Trump wants Hollyork payback – if he doesn’t you can bet this won’t be the last Senator spoof on the WH.

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  32. AmericaFirst says:

    This reinforces my belief that the RNC needs to do about 100 more of those Unhinged minute long advertisements showing clip after clip after clip of the leftists’ threats, violence, and the results. There is plenty of material. Show them all day every day.

    I just perused FB a little (a long distance ill relative) and was again horrified at how many people are blaming the “Incivility” on President Trump, Sarah Palin, Sarah Sanders, etc., even if they have to fabricate/twist reality to make the accusation. The real “Unhinged” need to be shown in all of their rabid glory. (They are particularly freaking out over the SC appointment now available to President Trump.)

    Liked by 2 people

    • GB Bari says:

      REMEMBER – a LOT of those uncivil posts are from fake accounts. The Dark State knows how to use bots against both Fakebook and Twaddle. So don’t get too alarmed at what you’re seeing. Much fakery going on.

      Liked by 3 people

      • AmericaFirst says:

        No, I’m talking about people with whom I am acquainted, and with whom I am – or used to be – friends. These people are like rabid dogs with a bone, the arrogance of assuming that their “virtue signaling” necessarily includes virtue (which it doesn’t), the pretense of intellectual superiority (most are lawyers), and the hysterical sense of desperation.

        I would really like for the world to SEE the results of these hysterics, all the way from Trump rally-goers literally running for their lives to the Philadelphia man whose neighbor murdered him because of his support for President Trump.

        Liked by 3 people

        • Cooper45 says:

          I agree that more videos like that are worthwhile as well as other ways to counter the arguments, but the left has blinders on and will only see what it wants to see. Some people will be gullible to their performances. Trump has made this election time rather than sit comfortably on his victory like other POTUS’s, so the left will use any and all excuses to go crazy and perform hysterically for the cameras until they regain power. The actors are too well funded to quit.

          Keeping his promises and making things better for American workers etc (like he’s doing) is the best way IMO for Trump but the early negatives of the “trade war” will be a temporary blip.

          Liked by 1 person

  33. Cooper45 says:

    If he’s found guilty “beyond any reasonable doubt” put him in with Pelosi’s MS-13 pals.

    Liked by 2 people

  34. Jef2w says:

    Where is the media coverage of this?!?!? I remember hearing Britt Hume blaming President Trumps tone on Tucker. I was so disgusted had to turn the channel. Anyone hear if Britt Hume or Geraldo is blaming President Trump for this? How about CommunistNewsNetwork?

    Fake news propoganda is the enemy! Look at all the libtard outrage over detentions under Obama…oh wait Trump was in office in 2014. This is how sick these people are. Michael Moore the king of propoganda saying sacrafice your body? Even on Ingraham show she is going along with the “tone” of Trump. Yet they never mention the dozens of fake news reports. I am sick and tired of the so called “high road”. A duck is a duck a lie is a lie propoganda is propoganda. If someone repeatedly lied about you, lied about your family, threatened you, labeled you as Hitler, and labeled all of your supporters as deplorable racists. What would you call those people? Anyone say enemies?

    Liked by 2 people

    • sDee says:

      We are witnessing a level of sophistication in globalist propaganda never seen before. Like all propaganda, the freemen quickly sense it and fight. The natural slaves among us embrace the false sense of comfort it provides.

      Fox is no exception.

      Liked by 2 people

  35. TwoLaine says:

    So, when do we find out Man is an illegal alien?

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  36. Bubby says:

    The Net Neutrality Act was to the internet like the Affordable Care Act was to healthcare. It wasn’t any more neutral than obamacare was affordable. The Net Neutrality Act was an effort by Democrats to take control of the internet and destroy conservative talk radio pure and simple. The Democrats have a knack for misnaming onerous, punitive legislation! Anyone who would commit murder for that legislation either didn’t understand it or is someone whose mind has been warped by leftist propaganda!

    Liked by 2 people

  37. KBR says:

    Peach Maxine! Peach Maxine!

    Like

  38. 1american1st says:

    Kalifornia = home of the fruits & nuts

    Liked by 1 person

  39. 1american1st says:

    Democrats = hate & violence

    Like

  40. 1american1st says:

    REMEMBER IN NOVEMBER:
    Every Democrat in Washington voted AGAINST the Tax Cuts for working Americans.

    Like

  41. Stormyeyes says:

    why can’t I find a picture of Markara Man?

    Like

  42. I pray that veil hiding every dark plot to harm our Patriots is ripped away such that not only will the plot bring no fruit, the plotters will be brought to justice in the powerful name of Christ Jesus our Lord.

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  43. Suzanne says:

    While this is becoming the norm for libs, there have been unhinged “conservatives” who have made death threats. The difference now, is that it is mainstream to threaten and harass Trump voters and it is actively encouraged. Lib nuts call all Trump voters, Nazis and you go down the drain from there. Libs have been UNCIVIL since Goldwater. The lib nuts called him a Nazi and every Republican since then. It is only now that “conservatives” are fighting incivility with equal incivility. And the left cant take it.

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