Man threatens congressman, and Just-ice Dept calls it commerce. Because all crimes are commercial.

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A California man sent threats to a Florida congressman, and the Florida Just-ice Dept charged him with:

“one count of transmission of a threat in interstate commerce“!

I think he sent a threat, not an offer for a California timeshare.

But all crimes are commercial. Why? Because STATE OF FLORIDA is a corporation, specifically a franchise of UNITED STATES (the corporation), and corporations can only sue other corporations. Hence they ‘charged’ the (strawman) franchise of this man. The FIRST LAST name.

As I stated in another post, if we’re talking about corporations, then everything they do must be an offer to contract. Hence, if the corporation threatens to kill someone, that’s also an offer! Crazy, but true.

Related thoughts

  • The United States of America is supposed to regulate interstate commerce, not Florida
  • I typed out ‘justice’ as ‘just-ice’ because we’re dealing with merchants on the seas. I presume just ice means that punishment in their now-fictional world means someone is put on ice and cannot sail/sale/sell.

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2 comments on “Man threatens congressman, and Just-ice Dept calls it commerce. Because all crimes are commercial.

  1. “I think he sent a threat, not an offer for a California timeshare.” Lolol
    Love your site, keep up the good work!

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