A guy in Oklahoma claims a lady made threats to blow up his house because of Fourth of July patriotic decorations that she thought were pro-Trump.
From his home in Moore, Pascal Quintero sent KFOR-TV a video of the weird fight.
On July 8, the lady can be seen in a Ring video getting out of her black Toyota 4Runner and ringing the doorbell.
“She started asking me if I was a Republican simply because of my American 4th of July decorations,” Quintero informed KFOR. “I explained to her that who I voted for was none of her concern. She kept asking me questions about the arrangements and finally asked if I was a supporter of Donald Trump.”
The decorations don’t even acknowledge or feature former President Donald Trump; they only display the American flag. An inflatable Uncle Sam riding a flaming firecracker is one of the decorations.
Quintero said that he instructed the woman to leave his home.
“I currently reside with my elderly mom along with my special-needs son,” said Quintero. “My family comes before anything else, and she’s lucky I didn’t do anything to hurt her at that time.”
In the video, the woman can be seen leaping up and down and telling Quintero to shoot her.
Quintero stated, “She was challenging me to shoot her, and at one point I questioned why I would choose to shoot her. Then she says, ‘I’m going to come back and blow up your house.’ I’m like, ‘Are you making a threat against me?’ Are you intending to blow up the house I live in? She replied, “I’ll be coming back, so get ready.”
Neighbors informed KFOR that they thought it was okay for Quintero to put up any decorations he wanted.
“I would think that’s terrorism, but that is just me,” Jason Sumrall said regarding the woman who reportedly threatened his neighbor. “Many people in my family have taken part in several wars over many years. I don’t understand how someone could be upset by a thing so normal and lighthearted.”
Quintero went to the police and made a report, but he says the whole thing has left him scared.
“Can you imagine? Whenever I go outside or take care of my lawn, I have to hope that someone won’t drive past and shoot at us or deliberately come at us simply because we decorate our own house,” he said.
Moore cops want the public’s help to find out who the woman is.