A New Mexico sheriff's deputy who is also a Utah National Guardsman threatened violence against President Joe Biden and fantasized about shooting left-wing protesters before he was arrested for domestic violence.

Chris Marx met his wife when she interviewed him for one of her UFO podcasts and they married a few months later, in January 2020, but Erica Lukes said problems quickly emerged in their marriage -- and she accused him of assaulting her at their apartment in February 2021, reported KSTU-TV.

"I think he's incredibly dangerous," Lukes said.

In addition to his service in law enforcement and the armed services, the 54-year-old Marx works as a caretaker at Skinwalker Ranch, which has been the subject of reports about the paranormal, and his name turned up as a member of the right-wing Oath Keepers militia group, and Lukes started recording various threats he made before he allegedly assaulted her.

"That f*cking Sudanese n*gger and his f*cking white f*cking wigger tied our hands behind our backs," Marx says in a Nov. 7 recording, made the same day the Associated Press called Joe Biden the winner of the U.S. presidential election.

Lukes suggested her husband get counseling, and he responded with violent threats.

"That f*cker needs to get cking executed," Marx continued, "and his f*cking Biden f*cking bully — f*cking both of them f*cking n*ggers. F*cking Biden. I f*cking hate his guts. If I ever see him, if I ever see him in person God forbid, God forbid, I am going to insult the president and beat the f*ck out of him."

Lukes made another recording Nov. 13, 2020, and she has since turned over all of that evidence to the Utah National Guard, the FBI and the Secret Service.

"I have no issues f*cking taking a gun and starting shooting," Marx said. "Start shooting left-wing mother f*ckers at their rallies, o problem at all."

Lukes accused her husband of pulling out a chunk of her hair and hitting her on the head during an assault at their Salt Lake City apartment, and weeks later he was charged with violating a protective order by repeatedly calling his wife.

"This is a serious issue," said Lukes, who is in the process of obtaining a divorce, "and I'm not the only wife of somebody that works in the military who has taken risks to come forward to talk about this."

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