Jan. 6 committee member releases shocking voicemail threats: 'We know where your family is'
Representative Adam Kinzinger of Illinois speaks at a political rally. (Shutterstock.com)

Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) has been under attack since going up against President Donald Trump, but after taking on the role of the House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on Congress, he says he has been getting more serious threats.

"Threats of violence over politics have increased heavily in the last few years. But the darkness has reached new lows," Kinzinger tweeted Tuesday. "My new interns made this compilation of recent calls they've received while serving in my DC office."

Last week, he revealed that he'd been threatened, but so were his wife and new baby.

“We know who your family is, and we’re going to get you, get you little c*cksucker, you c*cksucking little bastard, gonna get your wife, gonna get your kids,” said the caller.

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"I'm going to come to protest in front of your house this weekend. We know where your family is, and we're going to get you ... We're going to get your wife, going to get your kids," said one of the calls in the recording.

“I guess I can’t say a whole lot more other than I hope you naturally die as quickly as f*cking possible you f*cking piece of sh*t," said another.

One caller, evidently a Republican, called Kinzinger a “backstabbing son of a b*tch” and swears that he will “get stomped down in no time." The caller goes on to threaten to "protest" his home.

Kinzinger certainly isn't the only one. According to Axios, members of Congress have reported an increase in threats against lawmakers in the last five years. U.S. Capitol Police revealed it has opened more than 1,800 cases after threats made on lawmakers.

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