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(LA Times)   Trump supporter tells Maxine Waters not to infringe on his freedom from opinions she doesn't like. "You're going to wind up dead, Maxine, 'cause we'll kill you." Police then infringe on his freedom from arrest. See? See?   ( beta.latimes.com) divider line
    More: Asinine, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Lloyd, United States Capitol, Waters, Rep. Maxine Waters, Anthony Scott Lloyd, United States, San Pedro  
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2017-11-21 01:53:29 AM  
admitted to leaving the voicemail but swore he had no intent to actually harm Waters

Yeeah, I don't think that's really going to matter.
 
2017-11-21 02:40:06 AM  
Lloyd became angered while listening to talk radio...

 And I just read everything I need to know about this episode of "As the Idiot Turns."
 
2017-11-21 03:23:12 AM  
An FBI agent interviewed Lloyd in San Pedro, where he lives with his grandmother...

Am surprised!  I thought he lived in a mansion bought with the money he earned being a Republican entrepreneur...
 
2017-11-21 03:29:58 AM  

bigfatbuddhist: An FBI agent interviewed Lloyd in San Pedro, where he lives with his grandmother...

Am surprised!  I thought he lived in a mansion bought with the money he earned being a Republican entrepreneur...


The GOP tax cuts will make him an instant millionaire.
 
2017-11-21 04:39:50 AM  

bigfatbuddhist: An FBI agent interviewed Lloyd in San Pedro, where he lives with his grandmother...

Am surprised!  I thought he lived in a mansion bought with the money he earned being a Republican entrepreneur...


Who posted his bail?
 
2017-11-21 04:40:29 AM  

fusillade762: bigfatbuddhist: An FBI agent interviewed Lloyd in San Pedro, where he lives with his grandmother...

Am surprised!  I thought he lived in a mansion bought with the money he earned being a Republican entrepreneur...

The GOP tax cuts will make him an instant millionaire.


Trump is going to pay him reparations for being White.
 
2017-11-21 04:49:03 AM  

backhand.slap.of.reason: fusillade762: bigfatbuddhist: An FBI agent interviewed Lloyd in San Pedro, where he lives with his grandmother...

Am surprised!  I thought he lived in a mansion bought with the money he earned being a Republican entrepreneur...

The GOP tax cuts will make him an instant millionaire.

Trump is going to pay him reparations for being White.


Quite the opposite. Trump is going to cut his welfare.

And if he keeps going down this path, he may end up a slave in one of Trump & Friend's for-profit prisons,
 
2017-11-21 04:49:28 AM  

backhand.slap.of.reason: bigfatbuddhist: An FBI agent interviewed Lloyd in San Pedro, where he lives with his grandmother...

Am surprised!  I thought he lived in a mansion bought with the money he earned being a Republican entrepreneur...

Who posted his bail?


That left me a little confused.

Lloyd, who was arrested Nov. 9, remains free in lieu of $20,000 bail

So, according to TFA, instead of paying $20,000 in bail, he remains free.

This makes no sense.
 
2017-11-21 04:50:18 AM  
"Who's greenin' this shiat?""
 
2017-11-21 04:54:41 AM  

Lenny_da_Hog: backhand.slap.of.reason: bigfatbuddhist: An FBI agent interviewed Lloyd in San Pedro, where he lives with his grandmother...

Am surprised!  I thought he lived in a mansion bought with the money he earned being a Republican entrepreneur...

Who posted his bail?

That left me a little confused.

Lloyd, who was arrested Nov. 9, remains free in lieu of $20,000 bail

So, according to TFA, instead of paying $20,000 in bail, he remains free.

This makes no sense.


He lives with his grandmother. I'm thinking she posted.
 
2017-11-21 04:57:22 AM  
Dear member of my constituency,

I listened to your voice mail with great concern. It may interest you to know that from now on I will be refraining from saying anything negative about our President, Donald Trump. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I hope you decide not to kill me.

Sincerely,

M. Waters
 
2017-11-21 05:03:30 AM  
Here's an early contender for today's winner of, "Play the stupid games, win the stupid prizes."
 
2017-11-21 05:04:38 AM  

Lenny_da_Hog: backhand.slap.of.reason: bigfatbuddhist: An FBI agent interviewed Lloyd in San Pedro, where he lives with his grandmother...

Am surprised!  I thought he lived in a mansion bought with the money he earned being a Republican entrepreneur...

Who posted his bail?

That left me a little confused.

Lloyd, who was arrested Nov. 9, remains free in lieu of $20,000 bail

So, according to TFA, instead of paying $20,000 in bail, he remains free.

This makes no sense.


"Lieu" means "place". "In exchange for bail, he is free."

"In lieu of paying bail, he is free" would be weird, though.
 
2017-11-21 05:07:09 AM  
Lloyd became angered while listening to talk radio...

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2017-11-21 05:11:21 AM  

August11: Lenny_da_Hog: backhand.slap.of.reason: bigfatbuddhist: An FBI agent interviewed Lloyd in San Pedro, where he lives with his grandmother...

Am surprised!  I thought he lived in a mansion bought with the money he earned being a Republican entrepreneur...

Who posted his bail?

That left me a little confused.

Lloyd, who was arrested Nov. 9, remains free in lieu of $20,000 bail

So, according to TFA, instead of paying $20,000 in bail, he remains free.

This makes no sense.

He lives with his grandmother. I'm thinking she posted.


She probably puts her spare change in a "bail jar" that she keeps for occasions like this one...
 
2017-11-21 05:14:50 AM  

fusillade762: admitted to leaving the voicemail but swore he had no intent to actually harm Waters

Yeeah, I don't think that's really going to matter.


Yes.  Especially after James Hodgkinson shot up a bunch of Senators.  I'm sure the FBI and Secret Service are on DEFCON 1.  And when it comes to threats against politicians, they've never had a sense of humor.

"Just kidding" won't buy him shiat.
 
2017-11-21 05:15:26 AM  

bigfatbuddhist: August11: Lenny_da_Hog: backhand.slap.of.reason: bigfatbuddhist: An FBI agent interviewed Lloyd in San Pedro, where he lives with his grandmother...

Am surprised!  I thought he lived in a mansion bought with the money he earned being a Republican entrepreneur...

Who posted his bail?

That left me a little confused.

Lloyd, who was arrested Nov. 9, remains free in lieu of $20,000 bail

So, according to TFA, instead of paying $20,000 in bail, he remains free.

This makes no sense.

He lives with his grandmother. I'm thinking she posted.

She probably puts her spare change in a "bail jar" that she keeps for occasions like this one...


She probably put up her house as collateral.
 
2017-11-21 05:17:32 AM  

fusillade762: bigfatbuddhist: An FBI agent interviewed Lloyd in San Pedro, where he lives with his grandmother...

Am surprised!  I thought he lived in a mansion bought with the money he earned being a Republican entrepreneur...

The GOP tax cuts will make him an instant millionaire.


Hyperinflation lifts all boats. Soon, the guy asking for spare change will be a millionaire.

It worked for Zimbabwe.
 
2017-11-21 05:23:34 AM  
So she got a dose of her own medicine.
 
2017-11-21 05:31:50 AM  

Sean VasDeferens: So she got a dose of her own medicine.


She called Mr Lloyd and threatened to kill him? I missed that part of the article.
 
2017-11-21 05:33:10 AM  

bigfatbuddhist: August11: Lenny_da_Hog: backhand.slap.of.reason: bigfatbuddhist: An FBI agent interviewed Lloyd in San Pedro, where he lives with his grandmother...

Am surprised!  I thought he lived in a mansion bought with the money he earned being a Republican entrepreneur...

Who posted his bail?

That left me a little confused.

Lloyd, who was arrested Nov. 9, remains free in lieu of $20,000 bail

So, according to TFA, instead of paying $20,000 in bail, he remains free.

This makes no sense.

He lives with his grandmother. I'm thinking she posted.

She probably puts her spare change in a "bail jar" that she keeps for occasions like this one...


Or got a loan using her house as collateral. Shouldve just let him rot in the hoosegow, grams.
 
2017-11-21 05:34:11 AM  

bughunter: bigfatbuddhist: August11: Lenny_da_Hog: backhand.slap.of.reason: bigfatbuddhist: An FBI agent interviewed Lloyd in San Pedro, where he lives with his grandmother...

Am surprised!  I thought he lived in a mansion bought with the money he earned being a Republican entrepreneur...

Who posted his bail?

That left me a little confused.

Lloyd, who was arrested Nov. 9, remains free in lieu of $20,000 bail

So, according to TFA, instead of paying $20,000 in bail, he remains free.

This makes no sense.

He lives with his grandmother. I'm thinking she posted.

She probably puts her spare change in a "bail jar" that she keeps for occasions like this one...

She probably put up her house as collateral.


Shakes tiny fist
 
2017-11-21 05:35:58 AM  
"An FBI agent interviewed Lloyd in San Pedro, where he lives with his grandmother"

No more chicken tendies from grandma for this Trump-humper.
 
2017-11-21 05:38:20 AM  
He also used the N-word to refer to Waters

Don't call Republicans racists though.
It hurts their feelings.
 
2017-11-21 05:41:04 AM  
Was he listening to KFI or KABC?

For some that have wondered where all the old white guys in L.A. have gone they're listening to those talk stations.
 
2017-11-21 05:41:40 AM  
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2017-11-21 05:42:22 AM  
He's probably super mad they called the cops, while totally ignoring that was the only response that made sense
 
2017-11-21 05:46:32 AM  

Super_pope: He's probably super mad they called the cops, while totally ignoring that was the only response that made sense


Hopefully the cops didn't follow Trump's advice on how to handle a suspect.
 
2017-11-21 05:52:14 AM  
Still true: Never trust a man with three first names.
 
2017-11-21 05:54:45 AM  

fusillade762: bigfatbuddhist: An FBI agent interviewed Lloyd in San Pedro, where he lives with his grandmother...

Am surprised!  I thought he lived in a mansion bought with the money he earned being a Republican entrepreneur...

The GOP tax cuts will make him an instant millionaire.


Once those libs aren't keeping him oppressed, this flower is gonna blossum!
 
2017-11-21 05:56:01 AM  

fusillade762: admitted to leaving the voicemail but swore he had no intent to actually harm Waters


How very Trumpian.
 
2017-11-21 05:57:35 AM  

aagrajag: Lenny_da_Hog: backhand.slap.of.reason: bigfatbuddhist: An FBI agent interviewed Lloyd in San Pedro, where he lives with his grandmother...

Am surprised!  I thought he lived in a mansion bought with the money he earned being a Republican entrepreneur...

Who posted his bail?

That left me a little confused.

Lloyd, who was arrested Nov. 9, remains free in lieu of $20,000 bail

So, according to TFA, instead of paying $20,000 in bail, he remains free.

This makes no sense.

"Lieu" means "place". "In exchange for bail, he is free."

"In lieu of paying bail, he is free" would be weird, though.


Oh. I get it now. I've never seen it used that way -- I've always seen bail as a condition, such as, "in lieu of (the condition of) bail, he was remanded to jail until the trial date." "In lieu of" is synonymous with "instead of."

But I guess you could say, like here, "in lieu of (the money paid for) bail, he is free until the trial date."
 
2017-11-21 05:59:33 AM  

Sean VasDeferens: So she got a dose of her own medicine.


I see, you think death threats are cool?
 
2017-11-21 06:06:02 AM  

aagrajag: "Lieu" means "place". "In exchange for bail, he is free."

"In lieu of paying bail, he is free" would be weird, though.


Clearly that's what they meant, but I have never seen it used that way; it's always ever been used to mean "instead of".

In all likelihood, the author meant "in light of" -- it appears that's something of a common error.
 
2017-11-21 06:06:42 AM  
What the hell is a pro-Trump Supporter?

A supporter of Maxine Waters who is pro-Trump or just a plain old Trump supporter, now under government supervision.
 
2017-11-21 06:09:21 AM  

Sean VasDeferens: So she got a dose of her own medicine.


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2017-11-21 06:14:05 AM  

born_yesterday: fusillade762: bigfatbuddhist: An FBI agent interviewed Lloyd in San Pedro, where he lives with his grandmother...

Am surprised!  I thought he lived in a mansion bought with the money he earned being a Republican entrepreneur...

The GOP tax cuts will make him an instant millionaire.

Once those libs aren't keeping him oppressed, this flower is gonna blossum!


img.fark.netView Full Size
 
2017-11-21 06:15:05 AM  

Jake Havechek: I see, you think death threats are cool?


1) Please do not feed the [there are no trolls on Fark].

2) Waters has been rather vocal of wanting to see Trump impeached.  During one speech/interview, she said she would "take Trump out".  Many Republicans -- including the [there are no trolls on Fark] here on Fark -- being completely incapable of critical thinking and "reading" (listening?) comprehension, have decided to say this means she intends to kill Trump.

Therefore, totally the same thing.
 
2017-11-21 06:15:11 AM  

Jake Havechek: Sean VasDeferens: So she got a dose of her own medicine.

I see, you think death threats are cool?


Apparently he also thinks that Maxine Waters makes death threats towards other people.  That or he's actually stupid and doesn't know what the phrase "dose of [her] own medicine" means.

Now, for the moron of the article.  Imagine how stupid this guy is.  He:
Was upset with Waters.
Looked up her number.
Picked up the phone.
Called.
Left a death threat.
Hung up.
And said to himself, "Yes, this will cause her to change her ways and in no way blow back on me."
 
2017-11-21 06:22:23 AM  

Lenny_da_Hog: backhand.slap.of.reason: bigfatbuddhist: An FBI agent interviewed Lloyd in San Pedro, where he lives with his grandmother...

Am surprised!  I thought he lived in a mansion bought with the money he earned being a Republican entrepreneur...

Who posted his bail?

That left me a little confused.

Lloyd, who was arrested Nov. 9, remains free in lieu of $20,000 bail

So, according to TFA, instead of paying $20,000 in bail, he remains free.

This makes no sense.


It's a tie here... The report is shoddy for diction choices - but if you're trying to follow the article, it's good to remember/know/ask about bail vs. bond since bond is almost always 10% of bail - so in this case, a cheaper bond may have been posted, and the reporting could've used the word lieu with more accuracy if that's the case. The lack of explanation is so lazy that this insomniac tfette is making more of it......
Ishouldbecat.jpg = reporter
 
2017-11-21 06:27:31 AM  
Never threaten or speak at all. Just shoot, shovel, shut up. Guess nobody got the word out to this guy.
 
2017-11-21 06:34:18 AM  
Don't worry, Lloyd.  Donald Trump said he'd pay any and all legal fees for this kind of thing.  Keep it up.  The POTUS has you covered. *snicker*
 
2017-11-21 06:38:56 AM  

Lenny_da_Hog: backhand.slap.of.reason: bigfatbuddhist: An FBI agent interviewed Lloyd in San Pedro, where he lives with his grandmother...

Am surprised!  I thought he lived in a mansion bought with the money he earned being a Republican entrepreneur...

Who posted his bail?

That left me a little confused.

Lloyd, who was arrested Nov. 9, remains free in lieu of $20,000 bail

So, according to TFA, instead of paying $20,000 in bail, he remains free.

This makes no sense.


Well, come on! What damage can a person like that do??
 
2017-11-21 06:40:16 AM  

Sean VasDeferens: So she got a dose of her own medicine.


English not your first language?  Or do you just suck at this?

/it's Russian, isn't it?
 
2017-11-21 06:42:04 AM  
In fairness, that kind of thing is considered small talk in some parts of San Pedro.
 
2017-11-21 06:45:58 AM  

Bslim: [i.telegraph.co.uk image 620x387]


I enjoy how grim-faced and unloved groups of Trump supporters always look.
 
2017-11-21 06:50:58 AM  
Locking up one Trump supporter?
It's a start.
 
2017-11-21 06:55:30 AM  
So much for freedom of speech.
I bet this because of one of the laws that 0bama put into place or something.
 
2017-11-21 06:55:55 AM  
Lives with grandma. Got kicked out of mom's basement?
 
2017-11-21 06:56:55 AM  
And of course Fark has its fans of death threats
 
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