Thug Makes Video Threatening Donald Trump – What Happens Next Is Sweet Justice

Here’s a terrible idea: threatening the President-elect Donald Trump publicly.

A former “Sons of Guns” reality TV star did a double-take when he clicked on a link that said, “Rapper Threatens Trump” and instantly recognized his distinctively customized firearms being waved around by a thug. That man was identified as Demarcus Davis.

“As I’m watching it, I’m thinking these guns are very recognizable,” Joe Meaux,whose Baton Rouge store, Meaux Guns and Ammo, was burglarized in July, 2015. “As I watched more, I realized that they were very familiar. They were stolen from me last year.”

And what else was the thug doing in that video? Threatening to assassinate Donald Trump because he thinks he’s going to take his mothers food stamps away. I guess getting a job is out of the question…

Regardless, what happened next is sweet justice.

As TellMeNow reported:

Here’s his biggest idiotic mistakes:

  1. The police noticed in the videos the guns appeared to look like guns stolen from a gun shop last year
  2. In photos on Davis’s Facebook page, he was holding guns stolen from the gun shop.
  3. Davis the dope got busted when he got pulled over for running a red light

The best part is, Davis already had a felony record so he’s likely going to the slammer for a long time. And that’s a good thing.

Watch Mark Dice’s hilarious commentary on the matter below:

Yeah – he really didn’t think that one through.

Davis was arrested and charged with three counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm and one count of illegal possession of a firearm, according to WBRZ. And here’s the best part – police reportedly tracked down Davis by referring to a house number and street number that were clearly visible in the YouTube clip of his music video. Well done!

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