Assassination

Celebrity Joins Hunt for Fugitive Who Threatened to Kill Trump

Given the boisterous and powerful moves being made by Donald Trump, particularly when it comes to the Deep State democrats, it comes as no surprise that some people are angry.

We can’t really blame them.  Trump seems to be completely dismantling the status quo, and that has sabotaged the democrats’ electoral strategy immensely.  Now, in an effort to rebuild their voter base, the left is attempting to anger their radical base to the point of furious, undeniable fervor.  This, they believe, will galvanize the base and make the 2018 midterm elections a fair fight.

The problem here is obvious:  All of this anger, tumult, and radicalization is not exactly positive for society.  Our national fabric begins to tear and tatter when we introduce violence to the situation, as we’ve seen in Berkeley, California, where the First Amendment itself has come under attack.

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This has also led to a number of very real threats against the President, including those made months ago by a Pennsylvania man before fleeing into obscurity.

The hunt for this possible threat has been ongoing since June, and that has prompted television celebrity “Dog The Bounty Hunter” to get involved.

“Dog the Bounty Hunter” is joining the manhunt for a man who allegedly said he wanted to “put a bullet” in President Trump’s head.

“Dog the Bounty Hunter,” whose name is Duane Chapman, told the Mansfield News Journal he was joining the search for Shawn Richard Christy, 26, a Pennsylvania man who allegedly threatened the commander in chief.

Chapman told the media outlet from his home in Hawaii that he had a “very hot lead” on Christy’s location.

“I have delivered messages to him,” he continued. “My goal is not to shoot him but get him to surrender.”

The reality television star told the media outlet he was slated to arrive in Mansfield, Ohio, on Sept. 27. He was originally planning on visiting the area to host a town hall meeting on “Addiction and How to Find Your Road to Redemption.”

Chapman said he hoped he can help with the search and “bring him in peacefully.”

History will never look back at the Trump Era as a “boring” one, that’s for sure.

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