As one of only 13 House Republicans who voted in support of a $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill late last Friday, Michigan Congressman Fred Upton has now received death threats.
Appearing on CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360, Uptown played a voicemail his staff had saved:
The caller referred to Upton as a “traitor,” then said, “I hope you die. I hope everybody in your f***ing family dies.”
Uptown told Cooper that the call did not come from one of his constituents but from a MAGAt in South Carolina.
After Friday’s vote, the Congressperson who just occupies space, sniffs out any opportunity to have her horse face mug on TV, and fundraises for MAGAt causes, Marjorie Taylor Greene tweeted out the phone numbers of the Republicans who voted with the Democratic Party to pass President Biden’s infrastructure bill.
It’s unclear if those tweets still exist but on Saturday, she continued her rant about, something, something communist agenda: