Nevada Democratic Party Chairwoman Gets DEATH THREATS FROM BERNIE FANS
After the chaos and violence of the Nevada Democratic Convention last weekend, the state’s party chairwoman is claiming that she’s getting death threats from angry Bernie Sanders supporters.
Here are a few threats on Twitter:
— Amy Amalthea (@aphoticamy) May 16, 2016
They’re even posting her address and phone numbers!
You can find the postal address of Roberta Lange on Twitter; it's much more effective as she barely logs on here https://t.co/LIFNnOpwMh
— Pookie McGhee (@pookstahr) May 16, 2016
Her phone numbers are plastered all over Twitter….
Chairwoman Roberta Lange has received over 1,000 calls since Saturday night!
The New York Times reported:
From Bernie Sanders Supporters, Death Threats Over Delegates
Thrown chairs. Leaked cellphone numbers. Death threats spewed across the Internet.
No, this is not the work of Donald J. Trump supporters, some of whom have harassed critics of the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. It was angry supporters of Senator Bernie Sanders who were directing their ire at the Nevada Democratic Party — and its chairwoman, Roberta Lange — over a state convention on Saturday that they think was emblematic of a rigged political system.
“It’s been vile,” said Ms. Lange, who riled Sanders supporters by refusing their requests for rule changes at the event in Las Vegas. “It’s been threatening messages, threatening my family, threatening my life, threatening my grandchild.”
The vicious response has come as millions of new voters, many of whom felt excluded by establishment politicians, have flocked to the insurgent campaigns of Mr. Sanders and Mr. Trump. Mr. Trump has all but locked up the nomination, but many backers of Mr. Sanders remain enraged as his hopes of being the Democratic candidate dwindle…
The backlash against Ms. Lange in Nevada echoes what happened in Colorado last month when supporters of Mr. Trump bombarded Steve House, the chairman of the State Republican Party, with complaints of disenfranchisement. He received thousands of calls after his cellphone number was disseminated online.
Supporters of Mr. Sanders used similar tactics to exert pressure on Ms. Lange, who has received more than 1,000 calls since Saturday night and as many as three text messages per minute. The threats, which came from men and women from across the country, were haunting and personal.
“Loved how you broke the system,” one person wrote in a text message that said he or she knew where Ms. Lange’s grandchildren went to school. “Prepare for hell. Calls won’t stop.”
Another person left a voice mail message saying he thought Ms. Lange should be “hung in public execution” for her actions.
“I’m scared for my family,” Ms. Lange said. “Scared for my kids.”
Note how the writer tries to pull Trump supporters into the story even though they have nothing to do with it.
Furthermore, have you noticed that no one in the media is thrusting a microphone into Bernie’s face and asking him if he feels responsible for the actions of his supporters?
They certainly would if he was a Republican.