Real estate agent flips out over Walker event, once called for Cruz to be killed

It seems that Jeffrey Putterman, a real estate agent in New York City, doesn't like Republicans very much. On Sunday, the Daily Caller reported that Putterman went berserk after being invited to an event featuring Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a potential GOP presidential candidate.

After receiving an email inviting him to lunch with Walker on Monday, Putterman responded with a profane email to New York state Republican Committee Director of Communications David Laska. "F**k you and your entire extended family," he wrote. "And the c**t you came out of. Got it?

But Putterman wasn't finished, Kerry Pickett said. "That was a personal message, so cut the s**t," he added. "And stuff your head up Walkers a*s, he sims urban oasis wrote. If you want to f**k with me, mano a mano, just let me know. You flaming jerkoff.

Laska told Putterman he would forward the email to his employer and various media outlets. According to Laska, Putterman's comments were not off the record.

It's not the first time Putterman has taken shots at politicians. In 2013, he once said on Facebook that Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, "has committed treason several times, and should be arrested and executed for his disregard for our laws and our people."

When contacted by the Daily Caller, Putterman responded with the same level of vulgarity, Pickett said, demanding the online publication perform oral sex on him after paying a large sum of money. Pickett said he also told the DC reporter to engage in sex with his mother several times in extremely explicit language.

According to his webpage, Putterman holds both a Bachelor's and a Master's degree in English. A testimonial on the page claims Putterman is "a genuinely nice guy and a joy to be around." Putterman, the page says, "grew up in Brooklyn, attended Stuyvesant High School when it was an all-male enclave, and was finishing his Phd (sic) in English Literature when he began a twenty year career on Wall Street."

"We all have to deal with hate mail, and having thick skin comes with the territory, but every now and then people cross the line, Laska told the Daily Caller. In February 2011, we first said that liberalism, at its core, is an ideology of rage and hate.