One woman is accused of threatening former president Trump in jail, while the other is accused of threatening those who come against Trump. Here’s the full story.
She Threatened To Kill Trump
41-year-old Tracy Marie Fiorenza was charged in federal court for threatening to kill former president Trump and his youngest son, Barron.
A complaint against Fiorenza was filed in Palm Beach, Florida, stating that she emailed the headmaster of a school in Florida saying, “I will shoot Donald Trump Sr. AND Baron Trump straight in the face at any opportunity that I get!”
In a second email to the same school, Fiorenza said she would “Slam a bullet in Baron Trump’s head with his father IN SELF DEFENSE.”
When United States Secret Service agents contacted Fiorenza, she willingly met with them to give a voluntary audio and video interview.
She Often Posted Anti-Trump Memes and Conspiracy Theories About an Elite Pedophile Ring in Hollywood
In her interview, Fiorenza confirmed that she intentionally wrote and sent the emails threatening to shoot Donald and Barron Trump.
Fiorenza was charged with “Transmitting threats to kill or injure another person in interstate commerce.” The school in Palm Beach where the emails were sent is close to Trump’s home in Mar-A-Lago.
On Fiorenza’s Facebook page, she often posted anti-Trump memes and conspiracy theories about an elite pedophile ring in Hollywood. One post had a cartoon image of Trump in handcuffs with the caption, “I have a dream…” Several other posts on Fiorenza’s Facebook page show the former president hanging from a tree and calling for his arrest.
“I Can’t Stand the Guy. I Would Never Wish Harm on Him Though”
Fiorenza also claims to be a former social studies teacher in Chicago. Chicago Public Schools confirmed that she was an employee from September 2019 through August 2020, when she was fired.
Twitter users were shocked when they read about Fiorenza’s threats towards Trump and his son, Barron. Brian Krassenstein wrote, “I can’t stand the guy. I would never wish harm on him though.”
While Fiorenza sat in jail for threatening the former president and his son, another woman was arrested in Texas for threatening to protect Donald Trump.
Abigail Jo Shry was charged with threatening to kill the judge presiding over Donald Trump’s criminal case in Washington DC.
“You Are in Our Sights, We Want To Kill You”
Shry called a federal courthouse in Washington and left a threatening message for Judge Tanya Chutkan referring to her as a “stupid slave.”
Shry’s voicemail to Chutkan said, “You are in our sights, we want to kill you.” She also told the judge, “If Trump doesn’t get elected in 2024, we are coming to kill you, so tread lightly, b***h.”
Shry’s voicemail said she would kill anyone who went after Trump, including “all Democrats in Washington D.C., and all people in the LGBTQ community.”
The complaint against Shry said that she threatened to target Chutkan “personally” and “publicly” as well as Chutkan’s family.
She Had “No Plans To Travel to Washington DC Or Houston” To Act On Her Threats
Democratic Representative from Houston, Sheila Jackson Lee, was also on Shry’s list. In the voicemail, Shry also said, “We want to kill Sheila Jackson Lee.”
After investigators traced the phone call back to Shry, she admitted to leaving the threatening messages. However, she also told investigators that she had “no plans to travel to Washington D.C. or Houston” to act on her threats.
Shry was charged with “transmitting a threat to injure another person across state lines,” a felony. Because of Shry’s criminal record, she was not given bail.
The Judge Has Received Extra Security Since the Threats Were Made
On the day Shry left the threatening voicemail for Judge Chutkan, she was out of jail on bond for a different misdemeanor charge.
Republicans have accused Chutkan of being biased and want her to step down. The judge has received extra security since the threats were made.
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