After someone who did commercial voice-overs for Geico was fired for leaving threatening messages at FreedomWorks (which has supported the Tea Parties), a call went out for others to leave threatening messages.
As a result, FreedomWorks has been inundated with threatening phone calls, leading blogger Tabitha Hale, who also works at FreedomWorks, to put together this video (via Right Wing News):
In light of GeicoGate and the recent accusations from the media regarding the violent rhetoric of the conservative movement, I've taken the liberty of editing together the voicemails and emails we've received as a result of DC Douglas' call to contact FreedomWorks. Here's the result.
WARNING: This is intense. Violent language is an understatement. I haven't censored - only edited to remove names and phone numbers.
Don't think FreedomWorks is alone. Here is a copy of an e-mail I received last year, routed through a service in Italy which provides an anonymous IP address to hide the source:
In Treblinka, there were privileged prisoners called kapos, whose duty it was to escort other prisoners to the gas chambers.--------------------------------------------
After a kapo had done his deadly work, the guards often rewarded him in some fashion--they gave him an extra ration of bread, or soup; a usable piece of underwear, a sliver of soap.
But when the guards grew irritated with a kapo--and sooner or later, they always did--a team would lash the kapo to the ground, face up, and prop open his mouth with two sticks, one vertical, one horizontal.
At the same time, another team of guards would inject enemas into a dozen prisoners.
And when the moment came, when the dozen prisoners could no longer contain themselves, the guards would have the twelve squat over the open mouth of the thirteenth.
You are a kapo; so that is what I wish for you: that a dozen prisoners shit in your mouth till you choke, and that your parents, and your children and your brothers and sisters lick up the excess shit.
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