Michelangelo Signorile, the editor-at-large of HuffPost’s "Queer Voices" section, decided he would threaten members of the GOP. In an article titled "To Save America We Must Stop Being Polite And Immediately Start Raising Hell," Signorile urged his audience to “turn up the heat on elected officials.”
What did he mean by “turn up the heat?” This:
They should be hounded by protestors everywhere, especially in public — in restaurants, in shopping centers, in their districts, and yes, on the public property outside their homes and apartments, in Washington and back in their home states. Paul Ryan, the House Speaker, should not be able to attend any function, eat in public, or enjoy dinner at home without hearing people expressing how his actions are harming their lives and their families’ lives in terrible ways.
Signorile is only fanning the flames of an already-burning fire; Tom Garrett, a GOP member of the Freedom Caucus, revealed his wife was already getting death threats such as, "This is how we're going to kill your wife."
In the past week, a Tennessee woman was arrested for following U.S. Rep. David Kustoff (R-TN) in her car after a town hall meeting, according to FOX 13.
But leave it to Signorile, who is famous for outing homosexuals without their consent, including Jodie Foster and Malcolm Forbes, thus invading their privacy, to threaten to disrupt or even threaten the lives of those he disagrees with.