Trump-Loving Utah Man Gets What He Deserves After Sending Over 2,000 Death Threats To Dem Lawmakers Who Criticized The President
A new report revealed on Thursday that a man in Utah was arrested after police discovered he had made over 2,000 threatening phone calls to members of Congress for criticizing Donald Trump.
According to the Associated Press, Scott Haven was accused of constantly calling lawmakers who opposed the president to tell them that he would murder them if they did not stop.
The report obtained excerpts from the threatening calls, including a case in which Haven is accused of telling an unnamed member of Congress that he was standing behind them and ready to “shoot him in the head” because “the Russians want him taken out because he is trying to remove a duly elected President.”
Haven is charged with interstate transmission of threats to injure.
He called the same unnamed senator’s office multiple times in the fall of 2018 threatening the lawmaker, invoking the Second Amendment and saying “we will exercise our Second Amendment rights to address Democrat mobs that threaten conservatives,” according to court documents reviewed by the AP.
Haven was ordered by a judge to remain behind bars until the outcome of the case is reached, saying he is a danger to the community.