Texas Man Charged With Threatening Federal Agent

(RepublicanReport.org) – While all Americans are afforded the rights outlined in the First Amendment, there are limitations to free speech. Threats of violence and hate speech are two examples that are not protected by law. Recently, a man was arrested for allegedly waging threats against an FBI agent who reportedly worked on the Hunter Biden laptop case.

On June 13, the US Attorney’s Office in the Northern District of Texas reported that Timothy Muller was arrested and charged with interstate threatening communications and influencing, impeding, or retaliating against a federal officer.

The complaint stated that Muller, from Fort Worth, called the unnamed FBI agent on June 11, but the agent hung up on him. So, the suspect reportedly called back and left a disturbing message.

According to the court documents, Muller accused the FBI agent of “cover[ing] up child pornography,” waging wild criminal accusations against Hunter Biden. He allegedly told the agent, “You can run, but you can’t f**king hide,” before threatening his life and the lives of his family.

The suspect explained how he saw the near future. It included former President Donald Trump winning the presidential election, stating at that point, FBI members would start being thrown in jail.

Muller stated if Trump didn’t win, “the guns will come out,” and agents would be hunted and slaughtered “like the traitorous dogs [they] are.” He added that after the FBI agents were killed, their families would be murdered as well.

The suspect reportedly followed up the threatening message with multiple texts to the agent’s government-issued cell phone. One of the messages said the agent was “going to jail” if they were “lucky,” although Muller suspected he wouldn’t be. The second message referenced the false claim that the 2020 election was stolen and threatened the agent’s life again.

The suspect is now facing up to 10 years in federal prison if found guilty.

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