Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA) is on quite a roll. Last week he said Democrats should just stop being such whiny babies, and should shut up about all the right-wing lunatics who are threatening to kill them, spitting on them, and cutting the gas lines at their brothers’ houses. Plus, the threats aren’t unique to Democrats, he said.
“I’ve received threats since I assumed elected office, not only because of my position but also because I’m Jewish,” Cantor said. “Any suggestion that a leader in this body would incite threats… is akin to saying I would endanger myself, my wife or my children.”
Right, except Richmond police said the bullet that landed near his office was actually just fired straight up into the air, and happened to land there, the result of incredibly lax gun laws in a dangerous city. So everyone laughed at Eric Cantor.
Then came news this morning that someone was making actual threats against Cantor and his family on YouTube. Well, hey, threats against anyone aren’t cool, so good. Good that he was arrested for that isolated and pointed threat. Oh wait. It wasn’t isolated? The guy has made threats against literally every single person on Earth, in most cases in personalized videos? Yep, it’s true!
Here’s Barack Obama’s:
Here’s one against…all YouTube employees:
And, this one’s made especially for Sen. Lindsey Graham. You can tell because “Prophet Norman” isn’t wearing a shirt:
Oh, and just to show you this guy is freakin’ serious, here’s a video he made by stealing a clip from “Family Guy” and putting a Muslim man’s head on top of Adam West. Chilling!
UPDATE: Here’s a bonus video of Norman saying he’ll BURN DOWN ALL OF AMERICA’S MALLS if the movie “Babe” isn’t immediately removed from all video stores! Considering the movie was posted on March 1, and, as we know, all Americans malls have in fact been burned down, it’s safe to assume his threat against Eric Cantor was legit. That’s some good policework there, Lou!