Gregory Timm unhappy his video ended before ‘the good part’…
(Joshua Paladino, Liberty Headlines) A Florida man who was arrested and charged last week for driving his van into a Republican voter registration tent admitted that hatred for President Donald Trump motivated his violent act.
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said Gregory Timm, 27, told investigators that “someone had to take a stand” against the president, according to an arrest report, News4Jax reported.
NEW from Jacksonville. The police report is public and it is abundantly clear that he attacked the @realDonaldTrump volunteers b/c he does not like the President. Unbelievable. #LeadRight pic.twitter.com/gAMt8JSTzs
— Rick Gorka (@Rick_Gorka) February 11, 2020.
Timm said he bought food and cigarettes at a nearby Walmart when he saw the Republican volunteers.
Investigators said he recorded himself as he drove toward the tent, but the video ended before he crashed into it.
Timm was upset that the video ended before “the good part.”
Donald Trump Jr. accused the media of hiding the story.
Where is the outraged media? Why are they so silent on this? This would be the number one story in the world right now if it was a Trump supporter doing it to a group of liberals.
It’s a disgrace that they don’t even pretend to pay attention to growing leftist violence. https://t.co/Eca6pfip1v
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) February 11, 2020
Timm claimed that he waited for volunteers to move away from tent before he rammed into it, but investigators said people were still in the tent as he sped toward it.
As Timm drove off, he “flipped off” the volunteers.
Florida Sens. Rick Scott and Marco Rubio, both Republicans, called the attack “politically motivated.”
The Duval County GOP said on Twitter that it will “redouble its efforts to register voters and will continue its fight with renewed intensity to re-elect President Donald Trump.
“We are outraged by this senseless act of violence toward our great volunteers,” said Duval GOP Chairman Dean Black. “The Republican Party of Duval County will not be intimidated by these cowards and we will not be silenced.”
— Duval County GOP (@DuvalGOP) February 8, 2020