A crazed beta male is in jail in Texas after allegedly threatening to murder his parents because he didn’t like the way they voted in the 2016 elections, and his girlfriend says he was online researching how to carry out a mass shooting.
Police have charged a 29-year-old man after he reportedly threatened to kill his parents over the presidential election results.
According to arrest papers, Chase Michael Carter, 29, was upset because his parents did not vote the same way he did and he told his girlfriend he planned to kill them.
She told investigators Carter has also been reading up on mass killings and has been practicing at a gun range. She also said Carter pointed a gun at her and threatened to kill her in early October.
Carter is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
I’m going to go waaaaaaaay out on a limb and suggest that Carter wasn’t upset that Trump won by too small of a margin.
Like so many delicate snowflakes of his generation, Carter was likely irate to the point of insanity that Trump won. Like his peers in the “Not My President” movement, his threats amounted to a deranged hissy fit from a spoiled man-child, though building towards a potentially far more dangerous course of action than blocking traffic, committing petty assault, and property crimes.
Carter had the means, motive, and opportunity to carry out politically motived killings. It is quite possible that his girlfriend saved the lives of his parents and possibly random strangers by turning him over to police before he could carry out a mass killing or parricide.
Let’s hope he enjoys Thanksgiving in jail.