A Pennsylvania man has been arrested after allegedly killing his father, before displaying his decapitated head in a gruesome YouTube video while spouting right-wing conspiracy theories.
Justin Mohn, 32, is accused of killing his father, Michael Mohn, police told NBC News. While police did not release the victim’s age, public records show him to have been 68.
In the YouTube video, which was titled “Mohn’s Militia - Call To Arms For American Patriots” and is cited in a police complaint, Mohn is seen wearing gloves and holding his father’s head in a plastic bag. Later, the head can be seen in a cooking pot.
Mohn says his father was a federal employee for 20 years and refers to him as a traitor, calling for the death of all federal officials and attacking President Joe Biden’s administration, the Black Lives Matter movement, the LGBTQ community and antifa activists. YouTube removed the video, which is more than 14 minutes long, hours after it was posted.
I’ve shared in the Millennial hatred of Boomers before, but this is way too much!
This crazy weirdo will be promoted by media as the face of the young Right, and the reason why Trump must not be reelected. We will have to wait and see how far that circus goes.
What is wrong with that man how could he ? Why will be Trump be blame on this ? It is Biden fault if it wasn’t for democrats and inventing things on Donald Trump and trying to make him lose. He would be in office and stopping this.
You are accusing the entire US judicial system of being corrupt, instead of recognizing that all the criminal charges are valid and it is Trump who is on trial and hopefully will be convicted and have to spend the rest of his life in prison.!!!
A Guide to the Criminal Cases Against Donald Trump
Last year, Donald Trump became the first former president of the United States to be criminally indicted. Over the span of five months, he was indicted in four separate criminal cases and charged on a total of 91 felony counts.
As FRONTLINE examines in the new documentary Democracy on Trial, some of those charges against Trump — who is now the front-runner for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination — stem from his election loss in 2020 and his role in widespread efforts to overturn the results.
The former president has pleaded not guilty to the charges against him and is scheduled to stand trial in multiple cases in the coming months. Trump has insisted that the cases against him are politically motivated and his lawyers have filed motions arguing that presidents have absolute immunity from prosecution for actions taken while in office. “Donald Trump is going to be the defendant and the candidate all wrapped into one,” New Yorker journalist Susan Glasser tells FRONTLINE in the documentary. “It’s just unprecedented.”
As the scheduled start dates of the trials approach, and Trump’s team has sought delays, here are key details of the criminal cases pending against the former president.
Inventing things on the trumpster
And this one is from before America got con’d into voting for him and initiating the greatest dumpster dive in American history.
Imagine what an update would look like.
Oh and here one highlighting just what trump thinks of his base support, such as you. Yes, I am assuming you aren’t some millionaire type who sees trump as his means to an end.
What in the world makes you think a second term would be any better at accomplishing anything
but more harm to this nation and by extension the world?
His mind is more frazzled and ditzy than ever?
One candidate mangles his words sometimes, fell off a bike and stumbled on a stairway, shuffles when he walks and once called out a hello at a White House event to a former congresswoman who was, actually, dead.
The other one has several times confused who is the current president, identified his former ambassador to the United Nations as the former speaker he said was responsible for security at the Capitol, mispronounced simple words, gone off on curious tangents about magnets being ruined by water or people approaching him and asking him how he puts on his pants, and has made such incoherent remarks as, “We are an institute in a powerful death penalty.”
Oh but his paranoia keeps growing, anyone who doesn’t bow down to the narcissist is an enemy.
But he does have his fans, I’ll give you that.
Gotta love your selective memory, what do you think about Cheney/Bush administration?
Or Nixon’s Viet Nam policy. Besides,
don’t you realize that by extensions so are all of us who stick around and willfully enjoy the American life style to the best of our particular economic potential - what put you on your high horse?