Profit El, of Roxboro, North Caroline, made a call for “all my Hells Angels, come on down here. All my warloards, come on down here. All my drug dealers, killers and murderers and real f***ing ni***s, come on down here to Roxboro, North Carolina. All y’all from Go***mn Chicago, come on down here. When you get here, don’t ask no questions. You go straight in the police department and you kill everything in there.”
A bizarre video posted to YouTube on August 11th of 2020 featured a man who goes by the moniker “Profit El” in which he makes a series of threats against law enforcement, elected officials and numerous others groups whom he designated as committing “treason” and “blasphemy of the Holy Spirit”.
The fifteen-minute video was rife with expletives and calls to commit murder against police and sheriff’s deputies in Roxboro, North Carolina along with taking down the likes of bank owners, politicians, and lawyers.
The theme of the video was pretty consistent throughout the entirety of the confessional-style rant. This Profit El character feels as though by some strangely articulated vesting of “power” by the “federal government”, he ushered in a call to arms to murder to any he deemed to be corrupt:
“Every goddam C.O., every cop, every fucking sheriff – you gonna fucking die. We’re gonna murder your fuck-ass and ain’t shit you gonna do about. There ain’t a goddam thing you can possibly fucking do about it.”
It wasn’t just the likes of law enforcement or politicians that came under the threats that Profit El stated, but also “foreigners” whom he said will be killed and have their businesses burned down. Sporadically throughout the rant, the individual kept invoking God as some strange validation to make such threats:
“The wrath of God is on you and I’m going to beat you with this dog-wood switch before I let some of my homies blow your fucking head off.”
Well, it didn’t take long for police in Roxboro to catch up with Profit El. The Roxboro Police Department posted on their Facebook page about arresting an individual after they posted a threatening video on YouTube.
While the RPD didn’t name the person arrested, which was for a parole violation per the department, the connection was easily made between the comments from YouTube video and the comments showcased on the RPD posting of the arrest. Furthermore, it appears as though that Profit El’s real name is Joseph Casey McGhee.
Now while McGhee does have a criminal background and clearly showcased a strange series of threats online that seems rather telling of his mental state more than anything – why exactly has YouTube allowed this video to remain on the website?
YouTube clearly has the ability to delete videos – since they’ve deleted several this year alone when it relates to anything contrary of what certain officials say regarding the pandemic.
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