Quote of the day—Joseph C.

I found your email when you were sticking up for that republican bitch michelle malkin. If you know whats good you will keep your fucking mouth shut about Obama or you will come up missing on the news.

Joseph C.
November 10, 2012 8:43 AM
Original email and header is here.
[I suspect he was referring to this web page. I haven’t checked my log files yet but I suspect he found it via this blog post.

Additional information about Joseph C.:

  • The IP Address of email origin is This means the sender probably was in San Diego.
  • Whtepages.com found one result (Chula Vista is a suburb of San Diego):
    Chula Vista, CA 91913-2332
  • He is 28 years old.

Additional information for Joseph C.:

  • I value my privacy and take somewhat extreme measures to protect it.
  • On my desk in front of me is a business card of one of my previous jobs. My title was Senior Research Scientist II at a government laboratory where I worked on “Cyber Security” projects.
  • Any place that I frequent should be considered a known distance gun range.
  • If I can see you then you are within range.
  • My eyesight is quite good.
  • Don’t mess with me.

Yet another example of violent liberals. We are better than this.

And, yes, I sent an email to Ms. Malkin about it.—Joe]

Update February 19, 2013: He called me.
Update February 26, 2013: He called again.


12 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Joseph C.

  1. I guarantee you, comardo, the day Joe “comes up missing” is the day that a lot of government employees, reporters, and union workers find life becoming a lot more dangerous.

    The ones that make it through the first week.

  2. I think ol’ Joseph has run up on Michael Bane’s Universal Law of Dangerous People, to wit, any person who has to tell you he or she is dangerous isn’t. If that person tells you he or she is dangerous 3 or more times, Alf the Wonder Beagle can take ’em.

  3. Joe –
    You should sell tickets for that confrontation. The pot would probably pay for Tam’s treatment into the forseable future, heh, heh, heh.

  4. I’d been feeling kind’a bummed by the election. This cheered me right up. Some people… you just have to shake your head and wonder.

  5. I just got done listening to a man who said that the bad will attempt to drive out the good– The irrational cannot abide reason. They hate reason.

    Don’t be bummed. The more good and the more reason you show, the more it will drive the communists crazy.

    What did Zaphod Beeblebrox say? “Man, this is great! We must really be onto something if they’re trying kill us!”

  6. Call your local federal prosecutor:

    18 USC § 875 – Interstate communications

    (c) Whoever transmits in interstate or foreign commerce any communication containing any threat to kidnap any person or any threat to injure the person of another, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than five years, or both.

  7. As someone noted before, that these people are perfectly comfortable making death threats, KNOWING they can be found by the authorities, is just amazing.

  8. Darn, I knew I was running out of something … but I just came back from the store with too much toilet paper, too much coffee beans and forgot the quicklime.

  9. Paul: first, what do you think Eric Holder is going to do about this? Recall whom he works for, and how diligently he investigated voter intimidation by the New Black Panther Party and voter fraud by ACORN taking place in 2009.

    Second: never invite the Man into your life. It’s easy to get the Man into your life but it’s not so easy to get the Man back out again. Calling in the Feds is guaranteed to put Mr. Huffman under their microscope, and perhaps even send them on a fishing expedition to see if they can’t get something on the nasty nasty “right wing survivalist extremist honky.” There was a time, once, or so our grandparents tell us, when we enjoyed the protections of due process of law, of living under a government of laws rather than a government of men, when our law enforcement officers were not politicized. No longer. The rule of law is in the year 2012 not even a rumor in this nation. The Feds whom you appear to wish to invite into Mr. Huffman’s life are politicians first and guardians of the public trust second, if ever, and the political party in power regards people like Mr. C. as a favored and highly useful paramilitary auxiliary. I do not know whether you have anything to be concerned about in this instance, but it’s a sure bet Mr. C., assuming he does not act on his threats, does not.

    Mr. Huffman, in your situation I would have gone to the feed store and bought some quicklime.

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