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And some are openly admitting to reporters — like Matt Viser and Tracy Jan of the Boston Globe — that they’re going to engage in some “racial profiling” at the polls, and make supposedly foreign-looking voters “a little bit nervous”: “I’ll look for ... It’s usually racial — in particular, white Americans using violence to suppress the vote of nonwhite Americans. The more Trump slips in the polls — the more he’s shunned by the political establishment — the more frequently and ardently he tells his followers that the election is in danger of being rigged, and the more he urges them to stop it. I’m going to make them a little bit nervous.” That quote is from a man named Steve Webb who lives in Fairfield, Ohio (a suburb of Cincinnati).Also, why was the tweet described as ‘menacing’ rather than ‘threatening’ or even ‘intimidating’?

as a response to the question, "where are you from?

Unlike threaten and intimidate, ‘menace’ can be both a noun and a verb.

Although I want to focus on verbs, as a fan of the British comic , I can’t resist a quick diversion into ‘menace’ as a noun.

Intimidation usage: “I hear only rambling and mumbling when you speak; there is no .” 2.

Dispirit I remember when I told my younger brother that Santa wasn’t real.