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Plot To Kill John Boehner Foiled

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DON’T EVERYBODY CRY AT ONCE … 

|| By FITSNEWS || A bartender who routinely served U.S. Speaker of the House John Boehner at a posh Ohio country club was planning on murdering the “Republican” leader, according to federal agents.

Michael Robert Hoyt – a 44-year-old former bartender at Wetherington Country Club in West Chester, Ohio – initially appeared to be upset about losing his job at the exclusive facility.  However his anger quickly manifested itself quite irrationally.

During an interview with the U.S. Capitol Police (USCP) last fall, Hoyt blamed Boehner for being mean to him.  Oh, and for the deadily Ebola virus.

“Hoyt told the (USCP) officer he was Jesus Christ and he was going to kill Boehner because Boehner was mean to him at the country club and because Boehner is responsible for Ebola,” federal agents said. “Hoyt advised he had a loaded Beretta .380 automatic and he was going to shoot Boehner and take off.”

Hoyt also told authorities he regretted not poisoning drinks he served to Boehner – a notorious alcoholic and womanizer.

Meanwhile in an email to Boehner’s long-suffering wife, Debbie Boehner, Hoyt added that “if I had any intention of hurting Mr. Boehner, I could have poisoned his wine at Wetherington many, many times.”

Damn, dude … what stopped you?

Boehner was reelected last week to a third term as leader of the U.S. House of Representatives – despite the fact a majority of voters in his own party are fed up with him.

“We’ve never had much use for Boehner, who has been utterly worthless except for two areas: Capitulating … and getting drunk,” we wrote earlier this month. “Boehner defines accommodation … an ongoing ideological betrayal that always seems to come at the expense of your wallet.  And your liberty.  And it’s not just when the going gets tough … this guy caves before the fights even begin.”

Indeed …

In fact Boehner’s acquiescence was on full display last month when he supported yet another fiscally liberal spending plan – as opposed to passing a short-term resolution and letting the new “Republican-controlled” Congress work out a better budget deal.

Such accommodation is par for the course for Boehner, who has consistently backed Washington’s culture of excessive taxation, spending and borrowing.

Now … does any of that mean he ought to die at the hands of a raving lunatic?

Ummmm …

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