Laurence Wayne Key, a volunteer for the Democratic Party and Planned Parenthood, has certainly made Maxine Waters proud as he was just arrested for allegedly threatening to kill Rep. Brian Mast (R-FL) and his three minor children.
‘I’m going to find the congressman’s kids and kill them,’ he told the intern who answered, according to police documents.
Laurence Wayne Key allegedly threatened to kill a congressman’s children because of his stance on immigration
He allegedly called the Washington DC office of Florida Congressman Brian Mast (pictured) and vowed to kill his young children Magnum, Maverick, and Madeline
‘If you’re going to separate kids at the border, I’m going to kill his kids. Don’t try to find me because you won’t.’
He has called Congressman Mast’s office 478 times and also contacted Senators Marco Rubio Bill Nelson the same day as he allegedly made the threats.
When interrogated he denied threatening to kill the three kids aged under eight, just that he should be separated from his children if he supported President Trump’s immigration policies.
‘I’m going to find the congressman’s kids and kill them,’ he told the intern who answered, according to police documents
He has called Congressman Mast’s office 478 times and also contacted Senators Marco Rubio Bill Nelson the same day as he allegedly made the threats
This photo shows Key confronting Congressman Mast at an event in March
However, he ‘did admit to saying something about Congressman Mast never seeing his kids again’, the affidavit read.
Key is a vocal critic of Republican policy and regularly writes letters to politicians, some of which he published on social media.
He volunteers for the Democratic Party and Planned Parenthood and is often pictured at rallies, protests, marches, and meetings of political groups.
One photo showed him confronting Congressman Mast at an event in March and another at a March for Our Lives gun control rally.
The FBI arrested Key at his home in Stuart, Florida, soon after and charged him with communication of a threat to kidnap or injure a person
Source: Geller Report