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Man Arrested For Allegedly Threatening To Kill Vivek Ramaswamy And His Supporters At Campaign Event

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A man named Tyler Anderson was arrested for threatening to kill Republican presidential hopeful Vivek Ramaswamy via text messages.

The threat was related to a campaign event in New Hampshire, and Anderson also allegedly sent threatening messages to other candidates.

He was charged with transmitting threats and could face up to five years in prison if convicted. (Trending: LeBron James Shares Gun Advice For Americans)

On December 8, after receiving a text message about an event in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, the suspect allegedly responded, “Great, another opportunity for me to blow his brains out!”

Additionally, Anderson reportedly texted, “I’m going to kill everyone who attends and then f— their corpses.”

He allegedly sent threatening messages to a different candidate at an earlier date.

According to court documents, Anderson also contacted a different candidate and wrote that he wanted to “blow that b——’s head off.”

Also reportedly writing, “Thanks, I’ll see you there. Hope you have the stamina for a mass shooting!” to that candidate.

The FBI and local law enforcement agencies were involved in his arrest, and the Ramaswamy campaign appreciated the swift actions taken by the police.

Ramaswamy’s campaign expressed gratitude to law enforcement and announced a series of events throughout New Hampshire.

“Unfortunately, it is true,” said Ramaswamy’s campaign spokeswoman Tricia McLaughlin

Adding, “We are grateful to law enforcement for their swiftness and professionalism in handling this matter and pray for the safety of all Americans.”

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