Murder Threat Spewed On The House Floor Over ICE Call

Murder Threat Spewed On The House Floor Over ICE Call

May 30, 2017, 4:09:38 PM News

Democrat Texas State Representative Panco Navarez threatens to Kill his Republican colleague Matt Rinaldi after he allegiantly calling ICE on Protesting Illegal Immigrants in Lobby.

Texas State Representatives Panco Nevarez and Matt Rinaldi Came To Blows On The Austin Texas House Floor Over Illegal Immigration.

We’ve repeatedly warned that the division festering among the Left and Right could soon lead to violence across America and the real possibility of a civil war. Earlier this year we reported that Anti-Fascist groups were beginning to arm themselves for physical violence after taking a beat down in Berkeley.

And while attacks have thus far been limited to protesters clashing on college campuses and speaking venues for Republicans, things have now taken a drastic turn.

Hours ago, as supporters of illegal immigration massed to protest the policies being put into place by the new White House administration and the Texas State government, two Texas legislators nearly came to blows in the Capital.

According to Republican legislative representative Matt Rinaldi, he was accosted by Democrat Poncho Nevarez.

The argument stemmed from the fact that scores of protesters were waving signs in Austin, TX, with many identifying themselves as illegal immigrants. Rinaldi reportedly had enough of the disturbance and contacted ICE agents. When Rinaldi advised the House Floor that the agents had been contacted, Nevarez apparently lost total control of his faculties and began assaulting him, to the point that other legislators had to step in to break up the fight.

Nevarez then directly threatened violence against Rinaldi because of his call to ICE. Reports claim that not only did Nevarez threaten Rinaldi’s life but indicated that he would wait for Rinaldi to leave the legislature and would get him on the way to his car.

Rinaldi, who is a concealed handgun licensee, responded by saying that he would shoot in self-defense if forced to and reportedly said that he would put a bullet in the head of Nevarez if confronted.

Matt Rinaldi took to Facebook to explain the incident and his concerns regarding this violent infused altercation that occurred on the House floor.

Published by Naomi S. Gobern

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