Since his dubious, and often times salacious rants on restaurants have long since run out of gas — we heard that back in the spring he was looking to unload the whole StaphMeal mess for a few hundred bucks — fly-by-night flibbertigibbet Joshua Scott Albert has opened two new fronts in his ongoing and increasingly desperate plea for attention. And according to the Daily News, they’re coming across in the form of two Facebook campaigns, one that supports alleged cop-killers Chancier McFarland and Rafael Jones, the two men charged with the fatal shooting of Philadelphia police officer Moses Walker Jr., and the other, a call for killing presumptive GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
And you’d better believe that they’re working. For the cop-killer page, Albert has stoked the ire of the law-enforcement community, 10,000 of whom took to the web to have his pro- McFarland and Jones page removed. It’s even summoned comments from Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey, who told DN that Albert is “a pitiful, insignificant individual." District Attorney Seth Williams is reportedly reviewing the matter to determine if they can bring harassment or terroristic threats charges against the social media agitator. No doubt his “Kill Romney” page has grabbed the attention of the U.S. Secret Service, too.