We thought just making threats against the president, a major party's nominee, or any other public official these days is at least worthy of an investigation and/or criminal charges. But I guess it depends on which nominee gets threatened.
I doubt this will make it into the media coverage of the second presidential debate, but if you were to hear the words of Andrew Stepanian at Hofstra University Tuesday evening, you would be listening to a convicted terrorist.
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