Last week, ThinkProgress reported on high school sophomore Amy Myers, who challenged history-challenged Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) to a public debate on the basic facts of the U.S. Constitution. "Rep. Bachmann, the frequent inability you have shown to accurately and factually present even the most basic information about the United States led me" to the challenge, she wrote in an open letter to the tea party doyenne. Unfortunately, it seems some Bachmann fans haven't taken Myers' challenge kindly and are now threatening the teenage girl with violence:
After it started getting media attention last weekend, commenters on tea party websites have threatened to publish her home address and some have threatened violence.

The 16-year-old from Cherry Hill says several commenters have called her a "whore."

Her father, Wayne, says he's concerned for his daughter's safety.
The Cherry Hill Courier Press reports that others "threatened violence, including rape" and that "several commenters threatened to publish the Myers' home address." Amy's school has reportedly also received "threatening mail." The newspaper had planned to do a video interview with the girl, who is running for a student government position, but "a somewhat panicked-sounding Wayne Myers phoned to cancel, citing the alleged threats." "They're targeting me just because I'm challenging Bachmann," Amy said. A Facebook group called "Ask Rep. Michele Bachmann to Debate Amy Myers" already has over 7,000 supporters.