This is deeply disturbing. Repeated death threats have been made against United States Congressman Jeff Van Drew and his family.

Yes, this is the latest example as to how decency and civility in our Country is disintegrating.

Van Drew is one of the kindest and most decent elected officials in America. The fact that he and his family are receiving repeated death threats tells you everything you need to know about how sick the state of politics is in our country.

I strongly urge that United States President Joe Biden should order United States Secret Service protection immediately for Congressman Van Drew and his entire Family.

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Van Drew will address this deeply disturbing situation tomorrow, Monday, March 15, 2021.

United States Congressman Jeff Van Drew will be holding a press conference regarding recent threats targeting him and his family including repeated death threats from a member of the media.

Who: United States Congressman Jeff Van Drew & Cape May County Sheriff Bob Nolan
What: Press Conference
When: 10am - Monday, March 15th
Where: Cape May County Courthouse, 9 North Main St., Cape May Court House, NJ 08210

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