Several Republican lawmakers have reported receiving death threats after they voted against Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan for Speaker of the House. Representatives Drew Ferguson of Georgia and Mariannette Miller-Meeks of Iowa disclosed that they faced threats after withdrawing their support for Jordan during the second Speaker vote on Wednesday. Miller-Meeks revealed that her office received a barrage of threatening calls, including what she deemed "credible death threats." Additionally, Representatives Don Bacon of Omaha and Nick LaLota of New York also reported threats. This concerning situation has unfolded following Jordan's unsuccessful bid for the Speaker's gavel, leaving. . .
Republican Lawmakers Report Death Threats Following Speaker of the House Vote