With the news about a manhunt in Rep. Paul Ryan's hometown for an agitated anti-government zealot, people on social media are starting to wonder if there's something about Janesville.
Maybe they're on to something.
@washingtonpost Okay...Janesville, WI=Paul Ryan's hometown; Armageddon Gun Shop?? And, finally, WTF?— Joan Young (@HandleFlier) April 7, 2017
At-large suspect from Janesville has guns, bulletproof vest, helmet, 161-page manifesto, anger at authority,cops say https://t.co/35hwioHayX— Dan Hinkel (@dhinkel) April 7, 2017
Janesville Wi. Home of the kkk and other freaks like this.. https://t.co/jui4NI2vSN— Matt Lee (@mlee262va) April 7, 2017
@JohnRoycomic I'm saying Janesville made Paul Ryan, not the other way around.— The Chicago Kid (@mickbetancourt) April 7, 2017
@FrankieJosef As a Janesville resident I don't feel scared in the least. We're trudging along as usual.— RJYttri (@Tanner1976) April 7, 2017
Also worth noting: The Armageddon Supplies gun store on Hwy. 14 in Janesville is 45 minutes from the state Capitol. https://t.co/u9MNbT4Bx1— Jason Joyce (@jjoyce) April 7, 2017
10gs for this crazy guy from Janesville? Call me Peach the bounty Hunter— Zach Cream Peachey (@z_peachey) April 7, 2017
So now we have two ideological zealots from Janesville writing anti-government policy to Donald Trump.
At this rate, trump will probably send missles to Janesville to try and kill the guy who robbed that gun store.— valentino rudi (@ValentinoRudi13) April 7, 2017
There's another crazy asshole from Janesville trying to kill everyone. As if Paul Ryan wasn't enough— JC (@SUPERSNAPBACK) April 7, 2017
School’s canceled in Janesville today while the police, sheriff, and FBI try to hunt down the guy who robbed a gun shop on Tuesday night.— Matt Forbeck (@mforbeck) April 7, 2017
Don't worry good people of Janesville, I'm sure your elected representative is working hard to make your community safe from gun violence. https://t.co/s0TtF5Jobu— Ian Brown (@igb) April 7, 2017
Driving thru Janesville WI yesterday I saw a billboard that said "Repeal and Replace Paul Ryan." Cool.— Greg Singh (@gmsingh123) March 29, 2017