BOOM! Think You’re Going To Threaten Trump, Secret Service Just Showed What Happens If You Do.

There is a never ending list of death threats that President Elect Donald a Trump has to deal with. The Secret Service and FBI constantly have to deal with them. From people who just are unable to accept the results of the election. As we like to call them, the snowflake liberals.

One man named Zachary Benson had to learn that the FBI and Secret Service are not fooling around when it comes to threats against the President. They have been watching him very closely. As reported by the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Benson tweeted out a death threat as he was watching the results of the election come in. And he decided to take matters into his own hands and most something on social media that for him into some serious hot water.

His tweet said,

“My life goal is to assassinate Trump. Don’t care if I serve infinite sentences. That man deserves to decease (sic) existing.”

In another tweet he said,

“Diplomacy. F—ing fools. I hate you all. I want to bomb every one of your voting booths and your general areas.”

Benson told police that he had had a few drinks with his father before tweeting them out and that he knew they were mistakes which is why he deleted them the next morning. The Secret Service appeared and arrested him. He was charged Monday with threatening the successor of a presidency.

He claimed that he was not serious, it was in jest and that he would never have followed through with that. But that does not matter because these federal agencies take these types of threats very seriously. And there was no playing around. As well there should not be. Once he is actually in office there will likely be even less tolerance for it.

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