A random woman harassed an Oklahoma man about his political affiliation and threatened to blow up his home over patriotic decorations.
The incident occurred on July 8th in Moore, Oklahoma, when an unidentified woman rang the home’s doorbell, which captured the insane incident.
Pascal Quintero answered his front door, only to be hit with a barrage of unprompted personal questions that devolved into threats of violence.
In the footage, the woman, rang Quintero’s Ring doorbell and squatted down in his grass while waiting for it to be answered.
“Y’all are so proud,” she remarked. “I’m just curious is this a Trump or Republican thing, or what is it?”
She was referring to Quintero’s truly excellent lawn decorations, which included Fourth of July themed banners and flags.
The two-story house featured a full sized brown bear statue wearing an red, white, and blue cape, along with a blow-up Uncle Sam riding a top of a rocket.
Quinterro simply replied “No,” and asked if he was “proud because” it was the USA and he was here.”
“Just proud to be an American,” he shot back and she questioned if he actually was “proud to be an American.”
“She started to ask me if I am Republican because of the American decorations,” Quintero told KFOR.
“I told her that it’s none of her business who I voted for. She continued questioning me about the decorations and then asked if I was a Trump fan.”
Only the first 31 seconds of the unexpected confrontation is available for viewing, but the homeowner wrote in a Facebook post that she blamed him, a gay man, for not taking away “her rights as a woman” and not being able to secure an abortion.
When the woman began attacking Quintero’s family, he told her to get off of his lawn.
“I live with my mother who is elderly and my son who has special needs,” he remarked.
“My family comes first and she’s lucky I only used words in that moment.”
Thing escalated rapidly, when the woman told him he better shoot her so she doesn’t come back and blow up his home and family.
“She was daring me to shoot her and at one point I asked why I would shoot her,” he told the outlet. “She then says I’m coming back to blow your house up.”
Quintero filed a police report after she left, and the Moore Police Department issued a BOLO for her arrest on August 1.
In a Facebook post, they department shared a screenshot of the woman from the video footage and asked for the public to “please help identify” her.
They also noted that after she “made a threatening statement” to Quintero, she “left the scene” in a black Toyota 4-Runner.
Neighbors were shocked by the footage, with noting that “It’s just stupid to me that someone could be offended by something so normal and casual.”
“I would say that is terrorism,” another remarked about the woman’s actions. “But that’s just me.”
Quintero has indeed been left terrorized by the event, and scared to be out in front of his home.
“Imagine, every time I go to care for my lawn or go outside I’m hoping that someone isn’t going to drive by and shoot at us or come at us because we decorate our house,” he commented.