Montana man behind the account, which has also levied false allegations against North Carolina rep
Rep. Mark Walker, R-N.C., reported bomb threats and harassing information requests regarding his family to the U.S. Capitol Police. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)
Rep. Mark Walker reported to the U.S. Capitol Police a Twitter user who has sent bizarre allegations and threatening messages to his campaign for more than a year, including a bombing reference and asking for information about his daughter’s school.
“After a number of threatening messages, including bombing references, mentions of Walker and his family, and attempts to locate the school his daughter attends, our staff sent the message contents to the Capitol Police,” Jack Minor, Walker’s campaign spokesman, told The News and Observer in Raleigh.