Man Gets Exactly What He Asked for After Leaving MTG Threatening Voicemails, Daring Her to Press Charges
Be careful what you wish for, as they say. You just might get it.
That’s certainly the case with Joseph Francis Morelli, a New York man who left threatening voicemails for Georgia GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene and dared her to press charges.
Not only that, he double-dog dared her, giving his full name in the messages. Lo and behold, he got what he was hoping for — and now faces up to five years in prison as a result.
According to Business Insider, Morelli, 51, pleaded guilty to sending the threatening voicemails in court on Wednesday.
The calls were made from Morelli’s home in upstate Endicott, New York, in March of 2022.
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