California Man Arrested After Threatening To Bomb Merriam-Webster Headquarters For Gender Definitions

Posted April 24, 2022 by with 1 comment

Americans are becoming increasingly triggered by gender identity issues (not to mention a zillion other harmless issues that don’t affect them in any way). Most normal people can ignore things like this that have literally nothing to do with them, even if they don’t agree, and carry on with their lives. That’s not the case for psychopaths like this California man. Via CNN:

A California man was arrested this week after he allegedly sent threatening online messages to the Merriam-Webster company over dictionary definitions containing references to gender identity, according to court documents.

Jeremy David Hanson, 34, of Rossmoor, was charged with one count of interstate communication of threats to commit violence in federal court, according to the US Attorney’s Office in Massachusetts, where Merriam-Webster is based.

One post from @anonYmous under the dictionary entry for “female” on October 2nd, reads: “It is absolutely sickening that Merriam-Webster now tells blatant lies and promotes anti-science propaganda. There is no such thing as ‘gender identity.’ The imbecile who wrote this entry should be hunted down and shot,” the complaint details.

Less than a week later, Merriam-Webster received a disturbing message under the website dictionary’s entry for “Girl.” “The moron who created this fake definition should be hunted down and shot. I am sick and tired of these cultural Marxists denying science and destroying the English Language. Merriam-Webster headquarters should be shot and bombed. Boys aren’t girls.”

[CNN: California man charged after allegedly threatening Merriam-Webster over gender definitions]

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