Just a few hours after a Massachusetts man was arrested to indicate that he offered $ 500 bounties to kill ICE agents, a Republican candidate told a US Senate seat that his democratic opponent was divided into debt.
GOP candidate Geoff Diehl demanded Thursday's existing American late Elizabeth Warren "both withdraw and apologize" for the criticism he said that US immigration and customs officials have taken away from her and other Democrats in recent months , reported the Boston Herald.
"We now have a man bounty on the heads of ICE agents," said Diehl in a statement. "Senator Warren's irresponsible statements are partly guilty. She has a responsibility to support our law enforcement officials. Her call to abolish ICE and paint the racists of the entire racist system is ruthless and dangerous."
"Senator Warren … has a responsibility to support Our law enforcement officials. Her call to abolish ICE and paint the entire criminal justice system is ruthless and dangerous. "
The suspect, identified as Brandon Ziobrowski, 33, Cambridge, Mass., arrested on Thursday in New York, charged with a count of the use of interstate and foreign trade to transmit threats and injure another person.
MASSACHUSETTS MAN SOLICITED KILLING ICE AGENT FOR 500 USD, WISHING TO DELETE THE MACHINE, FED SEG
On July 2, Ziobrowski said: I'm broken but will scrounge and literally give $ 500 to anyone who kills ICE agent . @I seriously who else promises to get this into doing this work. "
Federal officials also said that Ziabrowski had tweeted the desire to tear the throat of American seniors John McCain, R-Ariz.
" He seems to be very much against ICE and its mission. He seems to have a violent reluctance against at least one Republican senator and law enforcement, said US lawyer Andrew Lelling at a press conference on Ziabrowski's arrest.
Diehl suggested, however, that Warren also appeared to oppose ICE and its mission.
"We need a senator to support our police and not throw (ICE) under the bus to get points on political points," continues Diehl's statement. "Warren should put public safety first. Instead, she prioritizes her white house political ambitions for the purpose of law enforcement."
At a rally in Boston on June 30, Warren made President Trumps immigration policy saying "we need to build our immigration system from top to bottom and start by replacing ICE with something that reflects our morality and what works. "
Other top democrats who have demanded that the ICE be abolished include the US Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand in New York, former Democratic President Candidate Bernie Sanders in Vermont and Congress Candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in New York.
DEMOCRATICALLY CALLING FOR ICE TO BE REQUESTED THE CHURCH OF GILLIBRAND ELIZABETH WARREN AND OTHERS.
However, in response to Diehl's comments, Warrens Office Herald told the Senate to oppose some form of violence against law enforcement officials.
"We can have respectful discussions and citizenship discussion about politics while working together to improve life," said the Senator Bureau in a statement.
Diehl, 49, currently serving in the Massachusetts House of Representatives, representing 7 th Plymouth District.
Warren, 69, has served in the US Senate since 2013.
Fox News Travis Fedschun and Kaitlyn Schallhorn contributed to this story.