A political commentator who reported Cesar Sayoc Jr. to Twitter for harassment weeks before the attempted bombings of prominent Democrats criticized the company Saturday, which finally banned the pipe bombing suspect — after Sayoc's arrest.

Rochelle Ritchie, a former congressional press secretary, posted a screenshot of the company's updated response, which noted its initial reply was "sent in error."

Ritchie had earlier called Twitter's initial response to her report, dated Oct. 11, a “bs response about how you didn’t find it that serious.”

On Saturday, Ritchie further criticized the company's response, saying she took the threat seriously and Twitter did not.

"My question is, does the bomb have to go off? Does my body or the body of other people who have been threatened other pundits that come on television and give their political views or opinions, do their bodies have to be found in the bottom of the swamp in order for these threats to be taken seriously?" she said in an interview on Fox News.

Sayoc's account remained inaccessible on Saturday. It had revealed Sayoc's pro-Trump perspective, including jokes, memes, commentary, and news articles in favor of Trump and critical of the president's detractors.

Sayoc, who was arrested in Florida on Friday, faces five federal charges and up to 48 years in prison.