Man ‘threatened to kill Joe Biden and called him a dog’

John Jacobs Ahrens (left) called President Joe Biden (right) a ‘child molesting dog’ and threatened to kill him (Pictures: Tulsa County Jail/AP)

A man who allegedly threatened to kill President Joe Biden and called him a ‘child molesting dog’ has been arrested. John Jacobs Ahrens, 58, also threatened to kill members of Congress and demanded money.

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents heard about Ahrens’s threats from an executive producer at KOTV, which received emails from him.

In a June 10 email to the TV station, Ahrens allegedly wrote: ‘I just sent a[n] ultimatum to the White House. They will hand the child molesting dog Joseph Biden over for Judicial Proceedings.’

‘Otherwise, America is going to get to see a sitting President get his head blown off right in front of them. Check your sources,’ Ahrens continued. ‘A kill contract went out on one Joseph Biden, President of the United States of America. I’m the one that put it there and if he doesn’t submit to the law, America is going to watch him die right in front of them.’

In a message on June 17 to Congress, Ahrens apparently gave a June 21 deadline for them to send a check to ‘the State of Oklahoma, the Muscogee Nation and my family in accordance with a signed agreement as set forth in the Treaty of 1866’.

Ahrens in another writing said, ‘you killed our women and children. I kill your women and children. Nothing more nothing less’ and said they had until 8am sharp on June 21, ‘then the wheel turns’ and ‘only God will know where it ends’.

While Ahrens named Biden, he did not name specific Congress members in a May 10 email to KOTV urging them to go to his Facebook to read what he sent to lawmakers.

‘They have less than 48 hours to hand over my money or their children will start dying all over the country,’ Ahrens allegedly wrote. ‘I’m going to kill their children using the same law as the Government used to force our families on to the Trail of Tears.’

Ahrens was arrested on Friday and faces one count of threats against the president, according to Law & Crime. He was booked into Tulsa County Jail, where he remained as of Tuesday and did not have an attorney.

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