New York Times reporter Kenneth P. Vogel on Monday shared a voicemail of a man threatening him and calling him an “enemy of the people.”
The voicemail, which Vogel posted on Twitter, began by sarcastically praising Vogel as a “genius,” then changed tones.
“I mean, let’s face it. Ok. Hillary lost. You supported a criminal. You still support that criminal,” the man on the voicemail says. “You’re the problem. You are the enemy of the people. And although the pen might be mightier than the sword, the pen is not mightier than the AK-47.”
The voicemail added, “And just remember Ken, there’s nothing civil about a civil war.”