Richard Ojeda, an army veteran and state senator, has been branded as “JFK, with tattoos and banking”, which consists of an apparent physical threat for a state to delegate, by saying “when I’m done with you, you’ll facilitate me to ask.”
(Ojeda for Congress)
A Democrat seeking a U.S. house seat in deep-red West Virginia, an apparent physical threat to a state to delegate, by saying “when I’m done with you, you’ll facilitate me to ask.”
Richard Ojeda, an army veteran and state senator, has been branded as “JFK, with tattoos and banking” and a so-called “Trump Democrat” for voting for the President in the election of 2016, is accused of physically rupee Phillips, a Republican member of the West Virginia house of delegates threaten, since 2013.
“When I’m done with you, you will make it easier to ask. I’ll make you famous… and it is not in a good way.”
– Richard Ojeda, Rupee Phillips
“When I’m done with you, you will make it easier to ask. I’ll make you famous… and it is not in a good way,” Ojeda wrote in a Facebook message to the legislature.
Phillips is a Democrat-turned-Republican, ran for the party’s nomination for the U.S. Congress, but lost against Republican Carol Miller – Ojeda’s opponent in the upcoming mid-term elections in November. He said the threatening message in a Facebook post on Sunday. Ojeda, first of all, Phillips blocked on Facebook after sending the message, but unlocked him after the messages were released by Phillips.
Messages from Richard Ojeda, rupee Phillips
In an interview with Fox News on Wednesday, he said, the danger has been asked by Ojeda, according to Miller attended an annual craft-beer tasting and a chili cook-off festival ” in his area, where he introduced them to the local audience.
“What is that [Ojeda] had some family members at the BBQ party and you talk about me at Miller around his hometown and introduce her to people. I think he thought he could scare me and I think I hurt his feelings,” Phillips said what she would have to Ojeda, will be prompted to send the message to him.
The Ojeda-campaign did not deny the message was sent, by the candidate, but is pushed back against its importance.
“This is absurd, and obviously not a threat of physical violence,” the campaign spokeswoman told Fox News. “Richard talked about free Del. Phillips, for his corruption in the West Virginia legislature.
“This is absurd, and obviously not a threat of physical violence.”
– Richard Ojeda, Campaign Spokeswoman
“Richard has a change against corruption in the government from the beginning of his political career and will never. It is really sad that families in our communities are torn apart, my opioids and devastated by poverty and Delegate Rupie Phillips has decided to focus on this. It is clear where his priorities are and it is not with the people of West Virginia.”
Phillips claims that this is not the first time, Ojeda it to him. In August, the democratic candidate suggested that he has a boot licker, giving him a cartoon of a character licking the boot.
“Since 2014, if I don’t support him when he ran against the democratic Republic of the Nick Rahall for U.S. Congress, he is against me,” Phillips said, noting that he was never with him.
Rupee Phillips, a Republican member of the West Virginia house of delegates since 2013.
“He has verbally many times attacked me on his social media over the last four years and I bit my tongue, as a bigger person, and walk down the street,” he added.
The local legislator said that he has read the message as a threat of physical violence, and Ojeda, called a “schoolyard bully” who did not “know what to do when someone stands up to him.”
Ojeda is running in a district that Trump won with 50 points. Despite the deep-red district, Ojeda, was that the gains claimed with a the latest poll, he’s leading his Republican opponent by five points. An earlier survey, meanwhile, said Miller leads with eight points.
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His campaign is a populist issue, including his support for the coal industry and the hope is that Trump’s success, the President. But despite such comments, he also made numerous anti-Trump comments.
“He didn’t do it, s—,” Ojeda told Politico about Trump, regret, that supported the Republican presidential candidate. “It’s a friggin’ circus for a solid year,” he continued to demand that Trump had not changed anything for the people.
“Everything he has done is shown that he takes care of the daggone people, which he has adopted to get rid of,” added Ojeda.
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Ojeda also flip-Flop has the time, he began to run for the U.S. Congress on his views in terms of whether illegal immigrants use the social.
“When you hear that illegal aliens are getting benefits and you have starving people here, and you can’t, it’s just a slap in the face,” Ojeda, of the magazine the New Yorker told in the year 2016. To talk “when you start it, the refugees, and if you get here, you get medical and dental, and you come up with some means — what do we get?”
He added: “if the people hear say Donald Trump, we take the benefits away from the people who come here illegally and give them to the people, the work, which sounds pretty good.”
About a year later, Ojeda dismissed suggestions that illegal immigrants have access to a social network, calling it a “myth.”
“Yes, most of the immigrants do not receive food stamps or social assistance. This is a myth, ladies and gentlemen,” Ojeda said on Facebook. “If you are in this country, for the most part, and they are not here legally, you are trying to get through it? Guess what? You to not get to you.”
Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @Lukas mikelionis.