Apparently, it's no longer a federal crime to issue a death threat against the President of the United States.
Even after accusing President Obama of plotting to kill off 90% of the U.S. population with an EMP attack and murdering Lorette Fuddy with a neurotoxin to cover up his fraudulent birth certificate, Jim Garrow's childish hatred of all things Democratic still has not been satisfied.
Once again collaborating with Erik Rush (one of the few people on Earth who can rival Garrow in terms of guano craziness), Garrow warned that "your days are numbered Bathhouse Barry" due to like-minded extremists being on the verge of resorting to guerrilla warfare.
"We are sensing the almost panicked utterances of a bevy of hapless 'spokesmen' for the ruling elite marched in front of the cameras and interpreting for us the 'reality' that they want us to see," Garrow claims. "We call those lies and spin and obfuscation. What is wonderful is that the majority of the public have caught on and are ticked."
Ignoring the fact that it's actually the anti-democracy screaming manchilds like Jim Garrow that people are "ticked" at, Garrow continued to issue his threats (and remind everyone of his ridiculous conspiracy theories while he's at it):
"The revolution will start and if the people are prepared the guerrilla war that Obama fears will begin. It is a war that he knows he cannot win. His attempt to wipe out the population has already been thwarted, he now must go to Plan B. The new wrinkle is the missing nukes, the military that are running interference, and the obvious 'litmus test' of loyalty that he is demanding that is producing a backlash of realization for the military and 'We the People'.
Your days are numbered Bathhouse Barry, 'Mene Mene Tekel Upharsin', the writing on the wall has returned and you Sir 'have been weighed in the balance and been found wanting'. May God grant us His favor as we join forces to take down this tyrant and restore Liberty and Freedom to His people."
It's been said many times, but it bares repeating as many times as is required: There is no "liberty and freedom" in plotting to overthrow a democratically elected leader. Just as putting lipstick on a pig does not stop it from being a pig, paying lip service to "liberty and freedom" during a call to wage guerrilla warfare against a democratically elected president does not make Jim Garrow any less of a wannabe tyrant.