California Rep. Eric Swalwell says caller threatened to kill him

Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Dublin) stated Tuesday {that a} man known as his workplace and threatened to point out up with an assault rifle to kill the congressman.

The person requested a Swalwell staffer concerning the congressman’s location and stated he needed to talk with him, in keeping with a message detailing the decision that Swalwell posted to Twitter.

The caller, who stated he was a homosexual man, “went on a rant regarding gay issues” and “used the F slur several times,” in keeping with the message.

“Mentioned he has guns and wants to ‘f— him up,’” the message stated.

Swalwell, an outspoken opponent of former President Trump, has publicly detailed violent threats up to now, typically blaming them on Trump and his Republican Occasion allies, together with Home Minority Chief Kevin McCarthy (R-Bakersfield).

“I hesitate to share this but how else do I tell you we are in violent times, & the architects are Trump & McCarthy,” Swalwell tweeted Tuesday. “Bloodshed is coming.”

On Friday, Swalwell posted a recording of a name by which a person stated the congressman can be “one of a dozen people who’s going to have your head on a stick.”

“This is Trump & McCarthy’s MAGA-GOP,” Swalwell wrote. “They don’t condemn the violence because they want the violence.”

On Aug. 15, Swalwell posted that “death threats from MAGA-world are flooding our office,” describing an incident by which a caller stated he would kick down the congressman’s door and have federal brokers put a gun to his head and raid his house.

“This one was made to a college intern who is working our phones,” Swalwell stated.