Man Arrested for Hate Crime After Threatening San Francisco Police Chief on Twitter

A 60-year-old man named Donald Hoganson has been arrested and charged with a hate crime and making threats against interim San Francisco Police Chief Toney Chaplin.

Hoganson, who otherwise has no previous criminal record, came to the department’s attention after sending out the following Tweet with a picture of Chief Chaplin next to a guillotine and a message about beheading him.

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Apparently Hoganson also made flyers and liked to post notes with swastikas drawn on them in his window for passersby to see.

How bizarre is it that we have had a black president for not one, but two terms and the country is more divided on race lines now than possibly any time since before the civil rights movement? Doesn’t make a whole lot of sense… unless you look into one of Obama’s chief agendas, which is to divert attention away from the growing wealth gap and the class war.

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