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This week, a Left-wing militant sent a package to my house with a picture of a gun to my head, and an unidentified white powder inside.

I know the perils of being in the public spotlight, but this incident truly made me fear for my safety — and the safety of my family.

I’ve been targeted a shocking number of times by Left-wing militants.

*** In 2017, I was at the Congressional baseball practice where a socialist gunman tried to wipe out dozens of Republican Congressmen.

*** Later that year, a neighbor of mine launched a vicious assault that left me with half of my lung needing to be removed — and it nearly ended up being far worse than that.

*** Last year, a bloodthirsty BLM mob surrounded me on the streets of Washington, D.C., and I was fortunate to escape just in time.

And how have Left-wing activists responded to these savage attacks?

They have cheered. And they’ve vowed that more attacks are on their way.

Only days before this latest attack on my family, a former pop musician named Richard Marx praised my neighbor on Twitter for his bloody assault which nearly incapacitated me.

Needless to say, I’ve had some difficult conversations with my family about these events that have transpired.

They understand the danger that we are all in. They know what the Left wants to happen to us.

But we have one message to share with these Leftist militants who are attempting to do us harm:


I was elected to the United States Senate for one critical reason: to preserve the blessings of Liberty that our Founding Fathers bestowed on us.

This is an opportunity for all of us to rise up and send a message in unison that we will not let the socialist left scare us into submission.

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