Apparently, none of those threats rises to the level of an actionable course of conduct. The threat against Shapiro's family did, which means it's credible and fucking serious. Whether Vox likes him or not, the man is protecting his family--an act that God calls good--and Vox is condemning him for a good act.
That, my friends, is hate. Not disapproving of someone's choices, not disliking someone's words and disagreeing, not even interfering with someone doing something you think is wrong; hate is when you cannot see any good in anything a person does, when you object even to their rightful behavior, and especially when you relish their pain and misfortune.
Also, this choice quote: "It's very easy to call for war and violence when you think you're untouchable." Like, say, when you're calling for it in America and you live comfortably in Italy?