Other angry Democrat heard from, this time a Florida woman:
Lantana woman threatened to 'shoot' Florida governor, senators, deputies sayFull story
Karen Jones, 55, admits to making Twitter post but says it was 'joke'
By: Peter Burke
Posted at 10:45 AM, Nov 16, 2020
and last updated 5:51 PM, Nov 16, 2020
LANTANA, Fla. â€” A Lantana woman is accused of threatening to shoot Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis and Florida's two Republican senators.
Karen Jones, 55, faces three counts of written threats to kill or do bodily harm.
According to a Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office probable cause affidavit, Jones wrote on Twitter that DeSantis, Sen. Marco Rubio and Sen. Rick Scott were "looting" her state and that she was going to "shoot them." ...
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...Jones, a registered Democrat, was responding to a Washington Post reporter who had shared an article about proposed â€œanti-mobâ€ legislation that would expand Floridaâ€™s stand-your-ground law.The Post-Millennial
When questioned by authorities, Jones admitted to writing the post but claimed it was a â€œjoke,â€ according to the Palm Beach County Sheriffâ€™s Office.
Jones is a freelance journalist who has contributed to several online publications. On Twitter, she had many friendly exchanges with Portland-based antifa writer, Robert Evans. They were both writers at Cracked. Evans gained national prominence over the summer for his coverage of the Portland protests and riots despite espousing views in support of terrorism against police.
Jones appeared to share that in common with Evans.
On July 10, Jones posted on Facebook: â€œ#ACAB. There, I said it, and Iâ€™ll say this, too: THERE ARE NO GOOD COPS.â€
Jones' Twitter account, now suspended, listed her pronouns and support for BLM and transgender issues. She lists herself as a short fiction editor at Scribd and a copy editor at The Modern Rogue on her LinkedIn page. Her Facebook is still active and filled with anti-police, anti-Trump and pro-BLM posts. ...
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