‘Gonna Put A Bullet In You’: Member Of Congress & His Children Threatened With Death By Former Veteran Of CNN, ABC, NBC

(Liberty Bell) – New reports from Infowars have revealed that the man who was recently arrested for making a threat on the life of Rep. Matt Gaetz, a Republican from Florida, and his family, was an Emmy-nominated cameraman who has worked for the cream of the crop of leftist propaganda machines like CNN, ABC, and NBC.

Eugene Huelsman was apprehended in the city of Los Angeles last week after he decided to leave a few disturbing life-threatening phone messages on Gaetz’s phone just a few days after the Jan. 6 riots in the U.S. Capitol building.

Huelsman, who has done work for “Late Night With Conan O’Brien,” went on to say, “Tell Matt Gaetz to watch his back, tell him to watch his children. I’m coming for him… I’m gonna f—ing kill him… I’m gonna put a bullet in you and I’m gonna put a bullet in one of your f—ing kids too. I hate you,” an indictment and an audio recording revealed.

Look, I don’t care how far we are divided by political beliefs, the one thing we should all agree on is that it is never okay to threaten someone’s life or the lives of their children. This is America. We are supposed to be civilized people who can have differences and still manage to not become savages. Guess liberals never got the memo.

However, it’s important to note that Gaetz just got married a few months ago and has no children.

Fox News host Tucker Carlson recently touched on the story, along with Kevin Corke.

“Just last week, Rep. Gaetz spoke on the House floor to condemn the DOJ after they denied a Capitol Police recommendation to arrest a different man who traveled across the country in an attempt to kill him in Washington, D.C.,” Infowars said.

The person then messaged Gaetz on Twitter, going on to say, “Portland has ordered a hit on you, I accepted the contract have a good day.”

After this message, the man then traveled to the nation’s capital where the Capitol Police attempted to have him arrested, but the DOJ ended up declining the request.

Gaetz went on to speak with 3WEAR-TV saying, “I’m glad that prosecutors in the Northern District of Florida take death threats against me and my family seriously. I wish that were an ethic across the DOJ enterprise.”

Huelsman was released from custody last Friday by a judge in Los Angeles who set his bond at $20,000.

“I think someone may be trying to kill me and if they are successful I would like my constituents and my family to know who stopped their arrest,” Gaetz said according to WND.

Folks over at the New York Post pointed out that Gaetz was worried, saying, “An indictment was issued in May, and has now been unsealed the week after my criticism. If they took our security seriously, they would arrest all of the people who violate federal law and the threats to kill us, not just some of them … I think that the Department of Justice is biased against Republicans.”

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