‘F-ing racist, cracker kids’: Chilling threats target Sens McConnell, Paul and children of Republicans

Authorities are looking into chilling threats against Senators Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul from Kentucky and school children are riddled with leftist talking points.

Fox News Digital was able to obtain a copy of the message, which implied that the sender wanted to harm the children of those who voted for the Republican senators. It also contained profanity, vulgar anti-white racial slurs and referred to Nikolas Cruz, who is currently serving a life sentence for slaughtering his classmates during the 2018 Parkland school shooting in Florida.

“U want to vote mich mcconnell and rand paul then u all deal with what comes with that,” the threatening letter reads. “And the only way ur gonna learn is when ur f******* racist cracker kids are on the ground bleeding out. Then you’ll know what the rest of us have to live with on a daily basis because of the fascists you voted in.”

“I want you all to look at your dead kids and know it was because of how you voted,” it continued. “I’m gonna be f****** famous. Nik Crus ain’t s***!”

The writer went on to lament that they can’t kill former President Donald Trump but would have to be satisfied with killing children and police.

“I can’t get to them sadly but I can get to your kids,” it reads. “I’ll do it at a football game. I’ll do it whenever. You can’t stop me. I’ll take a few pigs with me too.”

The threat chillingly ends with “See you soon” and addresses the targeted schools.

Bowling Green Independent School District, which received a copy of the threat along with Warren County Schools and the Allen County School systems, issued a warning to the community.

“Superintendent Gary Fields received notice of a potential safety threat that includes staff and students of three area high schools: Bowling Green High School, Warren Central High School, and Allen County-Scottsville High School and Senators Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul,” it says. “There is no specific date or time of the threat.”

The Louisville office of the FBI indicated that they weren’t entirely sure whether the threats were credible, but they are being taken very seriously.

“While we have no indication the threats are credible, we are taking them seriously and are actively working with local authorities to identify those responsible,” they said in a statement. “Issuing a threat – even over social media, via text message, or through email – is a federal crime (threatening interstate communications). Even if these threats are deemed hoaxes, they could still be prosecuted as federal crimes.”

Whether or not the writer intends to act on the sentiments in the threat, it is disturbing that political differences are being taken to such radical extremes.

Sierra Marlee


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