GOP Rep Reveals Threat After Infrastructure Vote

The Hill reports:

Rep. Fred Upton (R-Mich.) revealed on Monday that he received a threatening voicemail just days after voting for the bipartisan infrastructure bill. During an appearance on CNN’s “AC360,” Upton told Anderson Cooper that a person called him and left a message saying “I hope you die,” according to CNN.

“I hope everybody in your f—ing family dies,” the caller reportedly added, saying the Republican lawmaker was a “f—ing piece of s— traitor.”

The Michigan lawmaker’s office told the news network that the threatening voicemail was not an isolated incident. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) in a tweet after the vote called the Republicans who supported the legislation “traitors.”