Net Neutrality Supporter Sends Death Threats to Republican Congressman
Leftists are an emotional lot. Their dedication rivals Michael Moore's dedication to Little Debbie. But sometimes they can get a little carried away with their passion. As Michael Moore does with propoganda. Take this specimen for example. He supports net neutrality so much, he's willing to kill for it.
A Syracuse man is accused of threatening to kill a congressman and his family if he didn't support net neutrality, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced Wednesday.
Patrick D. Angelo, 28, of Syracuse was arrested and charged by criminal complaint with interstate communication of a threat and threatening a federal official, authorities announced. The charges carry a maximum of 10 years in federal prison and a fine of $250,000.
According to the U.S. Attorney's Office, Angelo allegedly called the Washington, D.C., office of Congressman John Katko, R-Camillus, on Oct. 17 and left a threatening voicemail that included a death threat to Katko and his family if the congressman didn't support net neutrality.
Geez. Lefties hype themselves up as the standard-bearers of tolerance and compassion. But, when you get between them and their broadband?
So, Pat had just finished whipping up a soy latte. He opened up his MacBook to look at cat pictures and browse Vox. But alas, his connection was slow. He could have accepted it as one of the harsh realities of life. But, instead? "I'll just threaten to kill my congressman. That'll take care of it."
Violence seems to be leftists' first and only resort. Logic need not enter into the picture. When they want an elector to vote their way? They treaten to set him on fire. Their first argument against a pro-lifer? "How'd you like it if I rape you."
The worst part? I'd bet they're completely ignorant as to what net neutrality really is. Hint: it's not about a "freer, more open internet."