In today’s twisted world, threatening to kill ICE agents is ruled “protected speech” while questioning vaccine safety gets you banned and attacked

Thursday, December 26, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
Thursday, December 26, 2019

A 35-year-old Massachusetts man who, based on his picture, appears to be a little light in the loafers has been acquitted by a jury after offering a $500 bounty on Twitter to anyone willing to murder an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent.

Brandon Ziobrowski of Cambridge had reportedly posted an announcement on his social media account encouraging his followers to take the life of an ICE agent in exchange for cash – a clear and present threat that a local jury ultimately determined to be “protected speech” under the First Amendment.

Even as social media companies like Facebook aggressively de-platform users for posting truthful information about vaccines that goes against the official government narrative, Ziobrowski was given a free pass to continue running his mouth online – could it be because he’s a member of a protected societal class?

We won’t speculate any further on that angle, but one thing is for sure: Ziobrowski obviously hates federal law enforcement officials who are tasked with addressing illegal immigration. As a typical American liberal, Ziobrowski presumably believes that “no human is illegal” – except for humans who work at ICE, however, whom he believes should be extinguished.

“It seemed like the right verdict,” Ziobrowski is quoted as saying as he walked out of the court room completely vindicated for making these online threats. “It’s been a horrible year. I’m glad it’s over.”

Had Ziobrowski been convicted of using interstate and foreign commerce to transmit a threat, he could have ended up in prison for up to five years, as well as forced to pay a $250,000 fine. But because it’s now “politically correct” to wish for the death of ICE agents, Ziobrowski was set free.

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