Kris John Kinsey, a 61- year-old man from Upper Bucks County, Pennsylvania, has been arrested and arraigned by state legal authorities after the Secret Service discovered that he had actually supposedly made violent risks against President Joe Biden and others on social media.

In the incriminating posts, Kinsey presumably said that he wanted to eliminate Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, their supporters, Pennsylvania Guv Tom Wolf and Democratic Home Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Kinsey apparently posted many messages, images and videos threatening violence.

Kinsey stated that Biden had requested this “completely violent war” and added that he himself intended to “head out in a blaze of glory” on Inauguration Day, according to the Pennsylvania State Cops.

In other social media posts, Kinsey presumably said that Harris had actually pledged to hunt down fans of President Donald Trump if she and Biden won the 2020 election, according to court documents pointed out by the Bucks County Carrier Times Kinsey has actually also been accused of publishing a video of himself shooting a semiautomatic handgun at a styrofoam plate with “F Biden” written on it.

Kris John Kinsey Biden threats arrested inauguration
Kris John Kinsey, a 61- year-old man from Upper Bucks County, Pennsylvania, has actually been arrested by authorities after stating that he wished to eliminate President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and others at the Inauguration Day ceremonies.

The suspect has considering that been charged with a felony for forbidden ownership of a firearm, as well as misdemeanor charges for possessing an instrument of crime, making terroristic dangers and drug possession.

His preliminary court hearing is scheduled for February 1 and his bail is set at $9.2 million.

A Hill/HarrisX poll carried out in early January discovered that 73 percent of Americans felt very or rather concerned about possible violence leading up to Inauguration Day.

On Monday, the FBI summed up a number of security concerns positioned by “lone wolves” and QAnon fans– some existed at the January 6 Capitol siege– who had actually shown plans to visit Washington D.C. for the inauguration. FBI Director Chris Wray said the bureau had actually likewise seen an “substantial quantity of concerning online chatter” about potentially violent occasions surrounding the inauguration.

As a result, security authorities in Washington D.C. forbade any public access to the inauguration. The National Shopping center has been closed through January 21 and over 20,000 National Guard soldiers have been on patrol in the area.

Newsweek called the Pennsylvania State Authorities for comment.


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