DFW Democrat Voter Arrested after "Finna K*ill SCOTUS" tweet
Some would call this a threat of insurrection.
Libs of Tiktok is reporting that 20 year old Democrat voter and resident of The Colony, Mikeal Deshawn Archambault, was arrested last Saturday for threatening to kill everyone in the Supreme Court.
We spoke to The Colony police and confirmed that Archambault was arrested on June 25th with the charge of making a terroristic threat. He was transferred to Denton County jail.
We ran Archambault’s voting record and confirmed he has voted in the most recent Democrat primary.
Libs of Tiktok is reporting that Archambault posted a $25,000 bond but has yet to receive a court date.
This is a very serious offense; a call for an insurrection against our democracy.
Current Revolt is calling on on Governor Greg Abbott and TXLege to take action against these domestic terrorists that continue to not only threaten our country but also our state.
Since this was a certifiable insurrection, we imagine Archambault will get the Jan. 6 treatment and be arrested without charge, put in jail for a year without bail, and then have his name run through mainstream media and his family embarrassed for the rest of his life. TXLege should also begin an investigation and arrest any Democrats who have made comments in favor of insurrection and seize their phones and other electronics.
Current Revolt’s Tommy Oliver supported the calls to have the FBI investigate all of the news organizations feeding Mr. Archambault misinformation about the viability of his attempted insurrection,
“Instead of riding on the coattails of President Brandon, the most popular politician in world history with 81 million very real votes, dis cat finna bustout a AK! I was like dayummm!
Generally speaking, calling for a group’s death is protected speech. But the fact that he specifically named the weapon he was going to use, along with his mention that he was going to act imminently (finna), these factors (violence, target, weapon, imminent) would leave one to believe dis cat bout to catch a case.”
-Tommy Oliver, Editor-In-Chief, Current Revolt
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