DOJ charges Texas man with threatening to kill Georgia election officials

The Justice Department has charged a Texas man with issuing election-related death threats to government officials in Georgia following Donald Trump's 2020 election loss.

1/22/2022 3:31:00 AM

.thereidout Blog: The Justice Department has charged a Texas man with issuing election-related death threats to government officials in Georgia following Donald Trump's 2020 election loss.

The Justice Department has charged a Texas man with issuing election-related death threats to government officials in Georgia following Donald Trump's 2020 election loss.

’s newly created Election Threats Task Force.Stark is accused of posting a message on Craigslist on Jan. 5, 2021, calling for “Georgia Patriots” to"spill blood" and"make examples" of at least three officials whose names the Justice Department redacted in its announcement of his arrest.

“It’s time to invoke our Second Amendment right it’s time to put a bullet in the treasonous Chinese [Official A]," Stark allegedly wrote, adding:"Then we work our way down to [Official B] the local and federal corrupt judges.""We need to pay a visit to [Official C] and her family as well and put a bullet her behind the ears," Stark wrote, according to the indictment.

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Justice Department ’s newly created Election Threats Task Force. Stark is accused of posting a message on Craigslist on Jan. 5, 2021, calling for “Georgia Patriots” to"spill blood" and"make examples" of at least three officials whose names the Justice Department redacted in its announcement of his arrest. “It’s time to invoke our Second Amendment right it’s time to put a bullet in the treasonous Chinese [Official A]," Stark allegedly wrote, adding:"Then we work our way down to [Official B] the local and federal corrupt judges." "We need to pay a visit to [Official C] and her family as well and put a bullet her behind the ears," Stark wrote, according to the indictment. MSNBC / Getty Images Trump's rhetoric leading up to and after his election loss helped stoke violence against election officials in Georgia and across the country by spreading baseless conspiracy theories about voter fraud. His call in January 2021 requesting Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger help him “find” enough votes to illegally overturn Joe Biden’s victory is