FBI Makes an Arrest for Threats to Eric Cantor's Family

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First somebody called Elizabeth Warren a horrible name, now another guy gets arrested for threatening to do unspeakable things to Rep. Eric Cantor's family. On Thursday, the Associated Press reported that the FBI had arrested 62-year-old Glendon Swift of Lenoir City, Tennessee, for allegedly saying some horrific things about the Republican majority leader's family on Cantor's answering machine: "He is accused of leaving two voicemail messages at Cantor's office in suburban Richmond on the evening of Oct. 27. In the profanity-laced messages, the caller said he was going to destroy Cantor, rape his daughter and kill his wife." If only Swift had read his Internet. The last guy who threatened Cantor got two years in prison for calling him "a lucifer" in a YouTube video.

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