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Man arrested after threatening to bomb Trump rally

trump-sueOn Sunday, the Associated Press reported that 20-year-old Sean Morkys was arrested after reportedly tweeting out a threat to bomb a Donald Trump rally.

“Is someone going to bomb the trump rally or am I going to have to?” he said on Twitter.

That message was followed by another was followed warning a friend to make sure family members leave the rally so they wouldn’t get hurt.

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Connecticut State police said the Secret Service contacted them about Morkys’ threatening tweets.

The AP added:

The Republican presidential hopeful appeared in Bridgeport, Connecticut, yesterday.

Authorities tracked the tweets to a Waterbury home, where they found Morkys. After determining he didn’t pose an immediate threat, he was taken into custody and released on $25,000 bond.

No one answered a phone number for the Waterbury home. Morkys didn’t immediately respond to a separate request for comment.

It’s almost enough to make one think liberals really do want a second civil war

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