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Oklahoma man pleads guilty to stalking and threatens Rep. Kevin Hahn

Rep. Kevin Hern (R-Okla.) is seeing speaking in front of the US Capitol.
Rep. Kevin Hahn (R-Ok) and his wife were victims of cyberstalking and kidnapping threats, according to the report. officials said. Getty Images

Oklahoma man Wednesday targets Rep. Kevin Hahn for years But he pleaded guilty to threatening and stalking him, officials said in his condition.

The petition was made after Keith Eisenberger, 39, made increasingly "worrisome remarks" online about his 60-year-old Republican and his family, according to the Fed .

Eisenberger — known for showing up at uninvited political events and trying to befriend lawmakers — began openly harassing Hahn after being appointed in 2018, prosecutors say. said the official.

In 2019, Eisenberger appeared in a congressional office in Washington, D.C., and told Capitol Police that he should have been considered for a seat in the House of Representatives. He had a one-way ticket to Washington and told officers he would not return to Oklahoma until Hahn resigned.

According to the Department of Justice, he announced on social media in 2020 that He wrote that he should be "executed by the federal government" and threatened to "attack" a member of Congress in another post a year later.

The threats escalated to his May, when he threatened to kidnap Hahn and his wife Tammy on social media, according to officials.

Terms of the plea bargain were not disclosed by prosecutors.Under federal law, a felony could carry him up to 25 years in prison.