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Former Emmy Nominated ABC Employee Arrested Under Sealed Indictment For Threatening To Kill Congressman Matt Gaetz


The Justice Department has made a deeply disturbing admission involving a January 9th death threat made against Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz.

According to a new report from Politico a 58 year old man from California named Eugene Huelsman was indicted by a Federal Grand Jury in May of this year for making death threats against the sitting Congressman.

Politico went on to say:

Authorities arrested Eugene Huelsman, 58, of Thousand Oaks, last week in the Los Angeles area on an indictment returned in May by a federal grand jury in Pensacola, Fla., court records show. Federal prosecutors say that on Jan. 9, Huelsman called the office of someone described in the indictment solely as “M.G.” and issued threats to him and his family.

A transcript of the voicemail is cited in the official indictment. Politico provides us with a cleaner version:

“Tell [M.G.] to watch his back, tell him to watch his children. I’m coming for him … I’m gonna f—ing kill him … I’m gonna put a bullet in you and I’m gonna put a bullet in one of your f—ing kids too,”

Perhaps the DOJ was pressured into revealing this admission after Gaetz’s detailed his experiences on the House floor back on October 20th?

Have a listen:

Huelsman’s documented connections to Hollywood and the Entertainment industry

IMDb provides some details into Huelsman’s connection to many networks including ABC, NBC, FOX, and CNN.

According to IMDb’s list, his credits include work as a camera operator for Disney, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Conan O’Brian, and many other TV and film projects.

His most recent credit is listed as a camera operator for FOX’s New Year’s Eve Toast & Roast 2021.

You can even head over to the official Emmy’s website and read a complete list of Mr. Huelsman’s accomplishments behind the camera.

Threats against politicians: A recent history

Unfortunately, this was not an isolated incident.

According to a September LA Times article, violent threats against members of Congress have been increasing at an alarming rate over recent years:

Before Jan. 6, there was the 2017 shooting of Republican members of Congress and staffers at a practice for the Congressional Baseball Game, and the 2011 shooting of Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords at a constituent event.

The surge in threats has grown exponentially in recent years. In 2016, Capitol Police investigated 902 threats, former House Sergeant at Arms Paul Irving said in a June 2017 letter to the Federal Election Commission. By 2018, there were 5,206 threats, and by 2020, there were 8,613, according to Capitol Police figures provided to The Times.

As the LA Times article demonstrates, there were several of these incidents that came to light during this same time period since May. It is not clear why the Justice Department chose not to disclose this incident regarding Matt Gaetz until now.

Journalist and author Glenn Greenwald tweeted a recent clip of Tucker Carlson exposing the bombshell:


Hopefully the FBI and Justice Department will get this under control before this unhinged behavior from some on the left is allowed to reach its precipice.

In my humble opinion, the left must force their ideas on others. Not because they believe they are right. But because any civilized member of society would never willfully agree to participate in the clown show of radical wokeism and shared poverty under Socialist rule.

Donald Trump built an empire in Manhattan. But he’s building an even bigger one in the heads of liberals every single day.

Let’s see what happens.


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