Kirsters Baish| It was reported by the Gateway Pundit that a Democrat was arrested by authorities for having made threats toward Senator Rand Paul and his family. The Berkeley resident used the hashtag “#ObamaForLife” in multiple threats to Paul.
The man’s name is Nathanial Blaine Luffman, and the diehard Democrat left personal threatening messages for Senator Paul, claiming that he was “gut him” like a “hog.” He also claimed that he would leave Paul’s children’s “bowel splayed out across floor blood spattered on the door as you lay dead.” It was reported by the Gateway Pundit that the threatening calls were made to the Senator’s office, which is located in Bowling Green.
It was reported by Mercury News that the Democrat (who is originally from Kentucky) left another voicemail in which he threatened to “hack to pieces” Senator Paul and his daughters. After using the hashtag “#ObamaForLife,” he claimed that Senator Paul was a part of a plot to kill former President Barack Obama in Luffman’s home state of Kentucky.
The gateway Pundit writes:
In a post on his Facebook page on June 28, Luffman wrote that “today’s theme is #Trouble #DoubleTrouble I mean #BidenBlaine like 2020 Election #BornToRun it’s our theme song. You probably don’t understand I had to be the #Senator of Kentucky. It’s not about money or White House but my #Pride the idear somebody else sitting in that Senate Seat other than me #Unacceptable I just could not handle the idea too many #Hens to be had,” with a bunch of chicken emojis.
Luffman often livestreamed from UC Berkeley. He called it a sovereign nation which is “independent & free from any and all over sight by any nation or people’s.”
This isn’t the first time that this unhinged liberal made threats to politicians, however, although their names have not been revealed yet.
Senator Paul spoke about the threats while speaking at an event located in Litchfield, Kentucky, this past Monday.
“Capitol Police have issued an arrest warrant for a man who threatened to kill me and chop up my family with an axe,” Senator Paul said. “It’s just horrendous that we have to deal with things like this.”
Authorities charged Luffman with one count of threatening a federal official in retaliation. He could face up to ten years in state prison if convicted for the charge.
The news of Luffman’s arrest comes not long after it was announced by federal prosecutors that the 30-day sentence of Senator Paul’s neighbor was appealed. The neighbor was said to have attacked Paul last year, breaking multiple ribs. The motion to appeal Rene Boucher’s sentence for the attack was brought about by United States Special Attorney Bradley Shepard. Prosecutors had been looking to hand Boucher a 21-month sentence for the brutal attack.