WATCH: 'Crazy leftist' caught on camera screaming, 'slash Republican throats'

  • Police at ASU are investigating after a video began circulating on social media showing a man screaming, "slash Republican throats."
  • The video was shared by Students for Trump at ASU.

Police at Arizona State University said Wednesday that they are investigating after a video began circulating on social media showing an individual "making threats" against Republicans.

"We are aware of a video circulating on social media where an individual appears to be making threats. We are working with the University to address the matter," ASU Police tweeted. The identity of the individual or whether he is a student was unclear.

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"Slash his throat. Every fucking Republican"   

The announcement by campus law enforcement seemed to reference a video shared by Students for Trump at ASU in which a "crazy leftist" screams "slash Republican throats." 

"Slash his throat. Every fucking Republican. Suck my fucking balls. Slash Republican throats. Slash fascist throats," he screams 



Students for Trump national chairman Charlie Kirk shared the video on Twitter, noting that the man directed the comments toward the Students for Trump leader.

"This is the type of violence our students face every single day," Kirk commented.

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