hate mail

"Within an hour, I had a dozen emails. By the next morning, there were two dozen more — plus more than 100 Twitter notifications."
"Threats to our lives and families and property were pouring in through every available channel," the Red Hen proprietor wrote.
The mail reinterprets "LGBT" to stand for "liberty, guns, beer and Trump."
The "Your World" host had called Donald Trump's behavior toward Putin on Monday "disgusting."
Are these trolls? Actual threats? How can anyone tell the difference, anyway?
Meet Mr. Bingo, an artist who specializes in masterfully illustrated insults.
Ronica Copes says she opened her mail last week to find a single-page computer printed anonymous note demanding that she and her family leave Lindenhurst where they live, because, it reads, “YOU DON’T BELONG HERE!”
During his 1976 prosecution of Klansman Robert Chambliss in the Alabama church bombing case, the mail for (then) Alabama Attorney General Bill Baxley included racist rants, personal insults and death threats. Unfazed, Baxley placed them in a file he labeled "Kooks and Nuts."