Former police officer charged with making threats against Trump

Washington ExaminerA Tennessee man has been charged with two counts of making threats against the president, the Justice Department announced Thursday night.

According to the DOJ, 37-year-old Andrew Long Ryan of Greenbrier, Tenn., was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury in regard to a string of threatening social media messages he posted on May 28 and 29, while President Trump was visiting Nashville.

Ryan, a former Bowling Green police officer, wrote "Death is coming,” on Facebook and tweeted that he "will kill Donald Trump if you don’t follow my leaders lead."

I wonder who his leaders are?

Washington ExaminerEarlier in 2018, a Utah man was indicted on 11 charges of threatening to kill the president during Trump's visit to Salt Lake City.

33-year-old Travis Luke Dominguez alerted the Unified Police Department of the Greater Salt Lake of his threat himself, writing via their tip line he "woke up and decided to kill the president Donald Trump today."

"Please forgive me and then I will die by suicide by cop," he continued before doubling down on killing "the sexist, racist, homophobic President Trump today."

"Nothing you can do to save President Trump nor stop me pigs," he wrote and threatened to harm any police officers who might try to stop him.

The media freakout has consequences.

This entry was published Sat Jun 23 16:42:45 CDT 2018 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2018-06-23 16:42:45.0. [Tweet]

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