You’re the enemy of the people, and we’re going to kill every f—ing one of you. Hey, why don’t you call the F, why don’t you call Mueller, maybe he can help you out buddy. Still there f—–? Alright, why, you going to trace my call? What are you going to do motherf—–? You ain’t going to do s—. I’m going to shoot you in the f—— head later today, at 4 o’clock. Goodbye.
Because you are the enemy of the people, and I want you to go f— yourself. As long as you keep attacking the president, the duly elected president of the United States, in the continuation of your treasonous and seditious acts, I will continue to threats, harass, and annoy the Boston Globe, owned by the New York Times, the other fake news.
1/ It remains to be seen what motivated this guy, but we do know what he said was vile and included obvious echos. He’s pretty much the point of why so many editorial boards from around the country came together on this initiative. The path from disagreement to vilification has become too short and too dangerous in too many ways. When it bleeds into threats, it puts it into a whole different and entirely unacceptable place.2/ I’m really grateful to the FBI, US Attorney, and BPD, and really proud of the Globe.