June 30, 2018
What kind of deranged maniac could want to hurt such a wonderful man?
What you have to understand about bugmen is that they are as devoid of a heart as they are of a soul. As such, they can get worked up into a murderous frenzy by the idea of corporate regulations which might inconvenience their favorite entertainment providers.
Yes, only a bugman would threaten to kill a man’s entire family because he has different ideas about how ISP payment structures should be handled by the law.
A 33-year-old resident of Norwalk, California was arrested today for sending threatening emails to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai last year, according to the US Department of Justice. The threats, sent by an individual named Makara Man, were made primarily in the second of three messages sent to Pai’s official FCC email accounts in late December, just days after the FCC voted to repeal net neutrality protections.
Who is this “Makara Man?”
Is that his supervillain name? Is his special power being a complete faggot?
Makara Man hits you with the power of limp-wristedness! It’s super effective!
The first email allegedly accused Pai of causing the suicide of a teenager through his actions that led to the net neutrality vote. The second email contained an explicit threat against members of Pai’s family, as well as a listing of three locations in and around Arlington, Virginia where Pai is said to live. The third email allegedly contained a photo of Pai and a separate photo of Pai and his family.
If some teenager killed himself because of net neutrality, then he probably would have done it sooner or later as a result of other stupid shit. Like, the passing of the wrong trade regulations in the EU, or maybe the death of his favorite ant or whatever.
I won’t live in a world without sufficient FCC controls over the internet.
According to the Justice Department, the FBI traced the emails to Man’s home, where he acknowledged sending the threats. He also confirmed his use of an email alias,”Stubblemanliness@gmail.com,” allegedly because the alias would make him seem “tougher,” according to the affidavit. Apparently, Man intended to “scare” Pai because he was “anger” over the repealing of net neutrality protections, the affidavit reads.
Yes, this bugman thought sending an email from an address named “Stubblemanliness” would make him seem “tough.”
Yeah, real intimidating screen handle, there, dude.
Man is being charged with threatening to murder a family member of an acting US official with the intent of interfering with said official’s job performance and duties, or threatening to retaliative against a US official for their specific job performance. The charge carries a maximum of 10 years in prison.
Since Pai’s controversial stance on net neutrality directly resulted in a successful vote to remove the Title II classification for internet service providers in December of last year, the chairman has been subjected to a fair amount of heated criticism online and off.
The gloves are coming off.
Shitlibs of all stripes – including celebrities – have been making horrible threats against various members of the Trump administration, and have so far suffered little to no consequences for their impudence.
The times, they are a changin’.
Yes, Jew, the times are indeed changing.
This marks the start of a new era, in which those who mess with the Trump regime are going to get their shit stomped by feds before being thrown into cages.
10 years in prison for threatening SAINT PAI would be a very lenient sentence.
But then again, he is a fair and merciful man.
The faggot bugmen of America whine that fascism has come to the White House. Well, they ain’t seen nothing yet.
There will come a time when every last blue check mark who ever said something about killing Trump is going to get hunted down like an animal and made to pay for his crimes.