A 17-year-old from Texas was arrested Tuesday after making a terroristic threat against an abortion clinic.

Garison Riggs Pate, reportedly wrote a number of violent messages on Twitter including one against an unspecified abortion clinic. Although Pate was released on bond and the police did not confirm the details of the charges brought against him, Dallas News dug up a number of tweets that were generated from a private Twitter account with the handle “@TomboysDMme.”

The account whose bio read, “I like guns and and [Sic] anime and firearms and gun parts and magazines and ammunition and firearms accessories and really cute anime women and guns,” and it reportedly belonged to Pate. It featured the presently-deleted tweet, “I'm going to commit jihad on an abortion clinic,” posted Feb. 17, along with a photo of a man holding a gun and a phone with his face covered by a cloth.

There were no abortion clinics in Ellis County, Texas, where the accused was from. However, there are a number of such clinics spread across the rest of Texas, including Dallas and Fort Worth.

A search warrant for Pate’s home was obtained by the Waxahachie police and the North Texas Joint Terrorism Task Force. After raiding the property, they recovered several firearms and other evidence. The exact itinerary of items seized was not provided by the police.

The Twitter account reportedly run by Pate also featured an array of racist and other violent forms of expressions. Some of the tweets read: 

“It's not easy being a violent psychopath with access to multiple firearms.”

“Firearm law violations and gun violence against political figures are really cool (in minecraft).”

“I’m back! Time to be racist on twitter dot com AGAIN.”

“It’s not easy being a violent psychopath with access to multiple firearms.”

The account also featured graphic images like a man’s arm and wristwatch covered in blood spatter as he held it over a toilet seat, which had blood dripping into it. “I got blood on I C E” the user captioned it.

There was no lawyer listed for Pate as of Wednesday.

Pate’s arrest came a day after President Donald Trump, a pro-life proponent, took to Twitter to criticize the Democratic senators for blocking a federal bill called the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act from reaching a vote.

“Senate Democrats just voted against legislation to prevent the killing of newborn infant children. The Democrat position on abortion is now so extreme that they don’t mind executing babies AFTER birth,” he wrote in a couple of tweets. “This will be remembered as one of the most shocking votes in the history of Congress. If there is one thing we should all agree on, it’s protecting the lives of innocent babies.”