Klamath Falls, OR

Purple-haired vegan gets death threats for supporting Trump in Klamath Falls, OR

Robbie Newport

A local Klamath Falls, Oregon resident was mailed a disturbing letter that included threats of death and property damage just because she had two large Trump flags outside of her home. Details of this disturbing incident are given in a Herald and News article written by Mike Sunnucks on April 21.

The article explains the 60-year-old homeowner lady, her husband, and her 86-year-old mother live in the home, just recently moving to Klamath Falls from Keizer, OR last October. The lady explained she has purple hair and is a vegan, yet also supports Donald Trump for the 2024 Presidency. Trump's recent legal troubles prompted her to display two Trump for President in 2024 flags on the front of her house on March 21. Just ten days later they received the death and property threats in the mail through a letter.

As the article explains, the letter was full of sexually explicit and expletive language, which included,

“I have bullets with your names on them specifically made for Domestic Terrorists such as yourselves. I would be real careful once you step out of your dump. Also, vehicles don’t just get fire-bombed in the movies.”

The homeowner did alert the Klamath Falls Police Department about the threatening letter and they are currently doing an active investigation into the crime and have a person of interest they are looking into, although charges are yet to be filed.

This incident involving a Republican being persecuted is surprising in the conservative city of Klamath Falls, especially considering the homeowner has purple hair and is a vegan. The return address on the letter says it is from J. Biden, which gives us a clue about the sender's political affiliation.

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