WATCH: Creepy Liberal Arrested in California After Threatening On YouTube to Go on Killing Spree
A creepy anti-Trump liberal has been arrested for threatening to go on a killing spree and is being held on a $1 million bail.
Police recovered nine loaded firearms registered to David Kenneth Smith after his arrest, according to Orange County Sheriff’s Department officials.
He pleaded not guilty when charged on November 6.
In a disturbing video titled “What Good Does Killing Ever Do,” he explored the pros and cons of going on a “killing spree,” and decided that it sounded like a “great idea” compared to dying or committing suicide.
“Should I be homeless or go on a killing spree?” the man in the video asks. “I think being homeless is an entirely artificial situation, I wasn’t born here to obey every rule you guys ever made, OK? I was born to be who I am.”
“Investigators believed the suspect’s threats were credible and an attack possible,” the Sheriff’s Department stated.
Smith also stated he would teach the University a lesson that they would never forget!
Indeed, Soka University may have been spared a horrific mass shooting when this ticking time bomb was taken off the streets.
Smith, 39, was arrested in Orange County, Calif., on Nov. 2 following an investigation involving the Joint Terrorism Task Force.
He was charged with one felony count of making criminal threats after threatening a university professor through emails and posting threatening YouTube videos — in one he talked about going on a “killing spree.”
Didn’t hear about this on the MSM? He is a rabid anti-Trumper, thus his story didn’t fit any convenient narrative.
News of his arrest was treated as a local story with no national significance.
However, if this freak had been a right-wing activist, he’d have been a front-page story in every paper in the country.
A man who allegedly sent a staff member at Soka University in Aliso Viejo threatening YouTube videos where he talked about a “killing spree” has been arrested, Orange County Sheriff’s Department officials announced Monday.
On Nov. 1, David Kenneth Smith began exchanging emails with an instructor about disciplinary action taken against Smith over his alleged marijuana use when he attended the university in 2008.
Smith, 39, apparently became frustrated over the email exchange and he allegedly emailed the staff member a link to a YouTube video that showed him holding a semiautomatic pistol on his chest.
The YouTube channel included other recently recorded videos where he allegedly talked about wanting to engage in a “killing spree,” officials said.
In a video titled “What Good Does Killing Ever Do,” Smith says going on a “killing spree” sounds like a “great idea” compared to “dying or committing suicide.”
Smith was arrested Nov. 2 after an investigation involving the joint terrorism task force, officials said. Nine loaded firearms registered to Smith were recovered after his arrest, officials said.
Investigators believe that Smith’s threats were credible and that an attack was possible.
He was booked on suspicion of making criminal threats and is being held on $1 million bail. He was charged Monday and pleaded not guilty.
Wendy Harder, a spokeswoman for Soka University, told KTLA that the school has no comment. Officials are letting the sheriff’s department handle the investigation. A spokeswoman told the Times that Smith graduated in 2008.
Smith allegedly emailed the professor a link to a YouTube video that showed him telling stories about college. He was lying in the bathtub holding a pistol on his chest.
In the video, Smith claimed to write for a major metropolitan newspaper.
For a time, he contributed to ‘The Orange County Register’ as a freelancer, according to the paper.
“David Kenneth Smith was not an employee of the Register,” a Southern California News Group spokesman said. “It appears he contributed periodically between 2005 and 2008 when the Register was owned by Freedom Communications.”
Smith’s YouTube account, “King David,” is awash with creepy and concerning videos. In one, he mixed together different household items such as incense, antacids, and antifreeze.
Smith has posted many videos ranting about the president.
In a video dated October 13, 2017, he lamented how President Trump is “systematically dismantling” his beloved Obama’s “presidential legacy.”