A Donald Trump supporter was arrested Sunday after police allegedly found explosive devices at his home in Richmond, California.
According to CBS SFBayArea, officers received a tip that William Celli, 55, was making homemade bombs and threatening to use them against Muslim citizens. Police removed and detonated the devices before allowing local residents return to their homes.
Richmond police have not yet determined if the homemade explosives were even functional.
Celli, who is an outspoken supporter presidential candidate Donald Trump, posted several pro-Trump rants on his Facebook page and said he would follow Trump “to the end of the world.”
A self-employed plumber, Celli complained frequently on social media about how he lost his job to undocumented migrants and believed they are “invading” the US to draw welfare benefits.
This is not the first time Trump has spurred his supporters into committing acts of violence. Late last summer, two men from Boston beat and urinated on a homeless Hispanic man. Trump would later comment on the altercation:
“I will say that people who are following me are very passionate. They love this country and they want this country to be great again. They are passionate.”
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