When Yaakov sends messengers to Eisav he reports that ""I have sojourned with Laban," (עִם לָבָן גַּרְתִּי). Many commentators delve into this statement to explain what Yaakov is getting across but I am wondering if there are any opinions that see the statement as a threat, i.e. "I have spent twenty years with someone as low and sneaky as Lavan, so I am not the same potential victim that you, Eisav, remember."
The Stone Chumash reports that the "garti" is connected to his keeping the Taryag mitzvot so "[Esau] should not trifle with Jacob, for his righteousness was intact" so it is a threat of sorts, but not one based on Lavan. I am looking for someone who sees the threat steeped in a reported influence of Lavan as that would be the only thing that would really have an impact on Eisav; he would respect deceit and not righteousness.
I went through the commentators on sefaria and didn't find anyone who (to my limited understanding) takes this approach. Does any commentator discuss this?