Hamas-supporting jihadi lugs gas can towards crowd at Rockefellar Center, not related to #pizzagate…


Oh yeah, this happened too…

The top story today is that Michael Flynn’s son believes there might be a real story with a satanic child-murdering cult of pedophiles, therefore the elder Flynn must be fired. I am not kidding the top news at 6:30 CST on WVNN was about this.

Who the hell cares?

I have yet to hear about the details of this story anywhere except this Tweet.


A man carrying a gasoline can, matches has been charged with making a terroristic threat after he was arrested near the famed Rockefeller Plaza in New York City, authorities told NBC News on Tuesday.

The man was arrested Monday after officers followed him to an intersection near Rockefeller Plaza, a police official said.

Maybe he was just an angry guy searching for a pizza place?

Officers were alerted to him by a Fox News employee who reported that a man, later identified as Yuriy Alterman, 38, of the Bronx, was yelling anti-police slurs and throwing a bottle, police said.

The man was intercepted before he could get near the crowds in Rockefeller Plaza, where the traditional Rockefeller Center Christmas tree was put up last week outside NBC’s world headquarters.

At the time of his arrest, the man was carrying a red 2-gallon gasoline can half-filled with a fluid that smelled like gasoline, as well as matches and a book called “Sons of Hama,” according to the NYPD.

Oh… So he was heading to a Christmas display filled with people? Boring.

A law enforcement source said the man told police: “Sometimes, you guys do things that make others do things even though that’s not who we are.”

“Have you seen the news today?” he allegedly added, the source told NBC News.

He had a problem with cops too….

“(Expletive) the NYPD,” he allegedly yelled as the officers handcuffed him.

There was a gallon of gas in his 2-gallon container, sources said, though he suggested to police he didn’t plan on setting anything on fire.

That’s good.

Don’t worry….

“He bought the gas just to buy it,” his Legal Aid lawyer, Sarah Legler, said. “I don’t think these charges are sufficient to this point.”

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