Norman Leboon Demonstrates How Not To Use YouTube
PerpPlexity is a periodical celebration of criminals who have yet to reach the mastermind status — we'll settle for asking them to simply think the next time.
Norman Leboon (French for "The Boon") isn't a fan of House minority whip Eric Cantor. He is, however, a fan of God. His God. The Christian God. Not the Jewish G-d, or former basketball player God Shammgod, but the one mentioned in the Bible who am what am. (And that's all that he am.)
He also likes YouTube and putting his First Amendment to good use. Furthermore, the FBI enjoys putting their "throw death-threatening nutjobs in jail" right to equal use.
Leboon was arrested and charged with threatening to kill Cantor and his family, which could put him in the slammer for up to 15 years. The groggy vlogger admitted to making about umpteen thousand videos threatening all sorts of people, from President Obama to the people of Jerusalem. He even has a severe hatred for the movie Babe. He takes no position on the adorable little singing mice.
Wonkette has uncovered a mind-boggling sampler platter of the inanity that makes up Leboon's magnum opus. At least he likes Family Guy.