Man Arrested For Threatening To Kill Marjorie Taylor Greene

 November 10, 2023

A shocking incident unfolded recently as a man named Sean Patrick Cirillo found himself in the custody of federal authorities, accused of making a menacing phone call to a congressional office.

Sean Patrick Cirillo was arrested for allegedly threatening a call to the office of Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, coinciding with the day she moved to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.

The charges Cirillo faces are serious. He is accused of utilizing communication devices to make a threat, a federal offense. Details surrounding the exact nature of the threat remain undisclosed.

Cirillo's Impending Court Appearance

Following his arrest, Cirillo is slated to appear in federal court on December 13th. It is not yet clear whether the alleged threat was targeted at Rep. Greene's office in Rome, Georgia, or her Washington, D.C. office.

The incident occurred on a day marked by political tension. On the same day, Rep. Greene made a move to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.

The reason behind this move was Mayorkas' alleged failure to stop a record number of migrants at the border, according to Rep. Greene.

Earlier Threats to a Congressional Office

This incident follows closely on the heels of another threat directed at a congressional office earlier in the week. Representative Rich McCormick was forced to close his office due to undisclosed threats. McCormick's staff was instructed to work remotely until the threat had passed.

Amid the office closure, Rep. McCormick called for the censure of Representative Rashida Tlaib on the same day. The reasons for this call for censure have not been disclosed, adding to the tension and uncertainty surrounding these events.

Nevertheless, the decision to close the office and transition to remote work underscores the seriousness with which these threats were taken.

Looking Ahead

With Cirillo’s court appearance set for December 13th, the eyes of the nation will be on the unfolding legal proceedings. This case will likely serve as a stark reminder of the importance of maintaining decorum and respect, even amidst political disagreements.

As investigations into the threats against Rep. McCormick’s office continue, further details may emerge that could shed light on the nature of the threats he received. It will be essential to monitor these developments closely as they unfold.

The political tensions that have given rise to these incidents will likely continue to be a concern for the public and lawmakers alike. It remains to be seen how the political landscape will evolve in the wake of these unsettling events.


  • Sean Patrick Cirillo, arrested for allegedly making a threatening phone call to Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's office, is due to appear in court on December 13th.
  • The threat was made the same day Rep. Greene called for the impeachment of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.
  • Earlier in the week, Rep. Rich McCormick's office was closed due to undisclosed threats, and his staff was instructed to work remotely.
  • On the same day his office was closed, Rep. McCormick called for the censure of Rep. Rashida Tlaib.
  • These incidents have brought to the forefront the rising political tensions and security concerns within the political landscape.

About Robert Cunningham

With years of experience at the forefront of political commentary, Robert Cunningham brings a blend of sharp wit and deep insight to his analysis of American principles at the Capitalism Institute.

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