Prosecutors in the Air National Guardsman case — the one who posted classified documents to his buds in a social media group — are arguing that he’s a flight risk and should remain behind bars.

Helping their case is the recent discovery of Teixeira’s “arsenal” of weapons and accessories – including handguns, bolt-action rifles, shotguns, an AK-style high-capacity weapon, a gas mask, ammunition, tactical pouches, and a “silencer-style accessory” – all of which he kept in his bedroom.

They also discovered that the 21-year-old Guardsman had a history of violent threats including to “kill a [expletive] ton of people” because it would be “culling the weak-minded,” and also discussed wanting to make a minivan into an “assassination van.”