Skip to comments.New Jersey Security Guard Allegedly Threatened Obama
Posted on 10/21/2009 10:43:58 AM PDT by Mind Freed
A private security guard at Newark Liberty International Airport has been arrested Wednesday on charges of threatening President Barack Obama.
Port Authority spokesman John Kelly says John Breck allowed police to search his Linden home and officers found 43 firearms.
U.S. Secret Service spokesman Malcolm Wiley says the 55-year-old denied making any threats.
Obama will be in New Jersey on Wednesday to campaign for New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine. Air Force One is scheduled to land around 4:30 p.m.
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You can’t threaten Obama wihout many others hearing it. Must be great proof, although Obama’s ears surely must be able to hear things normal sized ears can’t.
Obama gets a lot of death threats, Bush did too. A friend of mine in DC used to work for the White House. She volunteered to read letters to the President. If there were threats, the letter got handed over to authorities. There were many threats. It is common for all presidents now. But all threats must be checked out. Doesn’t matter who is president R or D, lots of threats. She had interesting stories about this.
Stupid move if he did......I personally hope he (zero)remains in perfect health for the next 100 years.....and can’t wait for his trial of treason and following life sentence to begin.
Only 43 firearms?
What a piker.
“Someone “ said he did it ! Who is the someone ? He denied it ! So now we can believe he really did it because it involved the Obamamessiah ? 43 guns ? So what ! He now has to buy 12 a year being the People’s Republic of New Jersey passed the “one gun a month” law .
My thoughts exactly!
The media meme is that a .22 rifle and a brick of ammo is an "arsenal". Most of them have probably never TOUCHED a firearm, let alone developed any skill with them. And ownership? That's for their bodyguards.
Wasn’t there a movie made about someone
killing President Bush? Just asking.
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