A college student was arrested after he left a message for a GOP congressman that included a death threat. The student was angry because he does not like the congressman’s views on gay sex and child grooming. The police did not name the congressman, but a staffer later confirmed that the message was left for Matt Gaetz. The student is probably mad because Gaetz refused to date him. (Hat tip to AOC)
Allan Poller, a 23-year-old student of Keene State College in New Hampshire, (Allegedly? He admitted to it) left a recorded message after midnight on Wednesday morning and spelled out his name before making the death threat against Gaetz.
“If you keep on coming for the gays, we’re going to strike back, and I guarantee you, you do not want to f*** with us.”
“We will kill you if that’s what it takes. I will take a bullet to your [expletive] head if you [expletive] with my rights anymore.”
This is the type of crap kids are taught in schools and colleges today. You only are allowed freedom of speech if you agree with the radical left. Parents should think carefully before they pay enormous sums of money to send their children to far-left colleges and universities. A Harvard diploma can easily cost a quarter of a million dollars. perhaps it would be wiser to use that money to help your child open their own business,
Poller used the excuse that he was emotional and drunk when he left the message, but guess what? If you can’t control yourself when you drink, don’t drink. Well, your honor, I couldn’t help the fact that I was driving drunk because I was very emotional and drunk at the time. Of course, a liberal judge would accept that and set him free.
Poller said that he was “emotional and intoxicated” when he left the message and that he did not plan to hurt himself or others, according to an affidavit. He also claimed that he did not own any guns.
His attorney referred to him as a “peaceful young man” and student.
“He means no ill will toward anybody and does not believe in violence or disruptive protest,” the attorney added. “He is mindful of the allegations against him and will allow the legal process to continue without further comment at this time.”
Poller was charged with transmitting in interstate commerce a threat to injure the person of another. If convicted, he faces up to five years in prison and a fine of $250,000.
Keene State College said they were cooperating with the investigation.