G. McConway
December 12, 2023

New Hampshire Man Threatens Vivek Ramaswamy

You have to wonder what makes people tick that respond to texts with death threats, but that is why Tyler Anderson is in jail today.

Anderson allegedly responded to texts from the Ramaswamy campaign with the death threats.

Now he stands to do up to five years in prison, three years of supervised release, and as much as a $250,000 fine.

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The Ramaswamy campaign was sending out campaign texts about an upcoming event that it was hosting.

When Anderson got the text, he allegedly responded, “Great, another opportunity for me to blow his brains out!” and added, “I’m going to kill everyone who attends and then f*** their corpses.”

To put it mildly, that was not the smartest thing to say, and authorities quickly tracked down Anderson and took him into custody.

After the story broke and Anderson was safely tucked away, Ramaswamy responded, "I'm grateful to law enforcement for responding as rapidly and as effectively as they did.

"I'm grateful for the team that's around us and they've been doing a great job in making sure that I'm kept safe.

"Between retired police officers and ex-military and otherwise, I feel very secure in the position we're in."

Ironically, Ramaswamy has been campaigning on shutting down and completely defunding the FBI.

My stance on that is that while I believe there is a clear rogue element in the FBI that has been permitted to run wild since the days of James Comey, overall, we have a lot of great agents that can save that agency.

We need a good cleaning, and that starts at the top with Director Christopher Wray, as well as holding Comey and McCabe accountable for their actions when they were running the show.

If and when they clean house, it should not be the lower ranks holding the bag for what Wray, Comey, and McCabe openly allowed to take place in that agency.

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