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Only a few hours after a Massachusetts man was arrested for offering $500 bounties for the killing of the ICE agent, a Republican candidate for a U.S. Senate seat in the state, said his Democratic opponent together in the debt.
GOP candidate Geoff Diehl demanded on Thursday that the President of the US to take back Sen. Elizabeth Warren “both and” apologize for the criticism, he said, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement personnel have, of your taken and other Democrats reported in the last few months, the Boston Herald.
In the case of sen. Elizabeth Warren rally in Woburn. Challenger Geoff Diehl speaks outside of it with the cops behind him, to criticize Warren for your comments call of the criminal-justice racist. pic.twitter.com/nLfMQub2we
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“We now have a man put a bounty on the heads of ICE agents,” Diehl said in a statement. “Senator Warren is the irresponsible statements are partly to blame. She has a responsibility to support our law enforcement authorities. Your call for the abolition of ICE cream, and paint the entire criminal justice system racists are ruthless and dangerous.”
“Senator Warren … has a responsibility to support our law enforcement authorities. Your call for the abolition of ICE cream, and paint the entire criminal justice system racists are ruthless and dangerous.”
– Geoff Diehl, Republican U.S. Senate candidate in Massachusetts
The suspect, identified as Brandon Ziobrowski, 33, Cambridge, Mass., Thursday was arrested in New York, charged with one count of use of interstate and foreign Commerce to transmit to a hazard and violate another person.
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On 2. July Ziobrowski allegedly tweeted: “I’m a bum broke but and literally give $500 to anyone who kills ICE agent. @me, seriously who else can pledge you get this, can make this work.”
Federal officials also said Ziabrowski had tweeted a desire to slit the throat of US Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz.
“He seems to be very much against ICE and its mission. He seems to have a violent aversion to at least one Republican senator, and law enforcement authorities,” U.S. attorney Andrew Lelling, said at a press conference, the announcement Ziabrowski arrest.
Diehl, meanwhile, suggested that Warren seemed to be in contrast to the ICE and its mission.
“We need a Senator who will support our police and do not throw (ICE) under the bus to score political points,” Diehl’s statement continued. “Warren should be public safety first. Instead, you prioritize your White house political ambitions to the detriment of law enforcement.”
“We now have a man put a bounty on the heads of ICE agents. @SenWarren the irresponsible statements are partly to blame. She has a responsibility to support us law enforcement authorities.” https://t.co/0fY18HkvUb #BackTheBlue #mapoli #masen #masen2018 #magop 1/2 pic.twitter.com/r10SdmnnaM
— Geoff Diehl (@DiehlForSenate) August 10, 2018
Speaking at a rally in Boston on June 30, Warren President Trump, the politics of immigration, struck says: “we must rebuild our immigration system from top to bottom, starting by replace ICE cream with something that reflects our morality.”
Other top Democrats, that abolished be for the ICE, and U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand in New York, the former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Congress candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez-New York.
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But Diehl, a response ‘s comments, Warren’s office told the Herald that the senator opposes any form of violence against police officers.
“We have a respectful discussion and civil discourse about politics, while working together for a better life,” the senator’s office said in a statement.
Diehl, 49, currently serves in the Massachusetts house of representatives, the 7. Plymouth District.
Warren, 69, served in the U.S. Senate since 2013.
Fox News’ Travis Fedschun, and Kaitlyn Schallhorn contributed to this story.