Kentucky authorities investigate death threats to children. Rand Paul and Mitch McConnell: “You can’t keep me”

Kentucky authorities are investigating a threat made to school children in Allen and Warren counties, as well as to Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Sen. Rand Paul.

Federal and local authorities investigated threats to Kentucky schoolchildren and Sen. Rand Paul and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell . Both of them are from Kentucky.

Fox News Digital obtained the message, which warned of targeting Republican legislators and seems to insinuate that children who voted in their favor were killed in threats sent out to the Bowling Green Independent Schools and Warren County Schools as well as the Allen County Schools.

The threat states that if you want to vote for mich mcconnell or rand Paul, then you all have to deal with the consequences. The only way you’ll learn is if your f racist cracker children are on the ground bleeding. You’ll then see what the rest of us are living with every day because of the fascists that you voted for.”


Both Sen. Rand Paul and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, both Kentucky Republicans were also targeted for death in a threat letter. (Associated Press)

The statement said, “I want all of you to look at your dead children and realize it was because you voted.”

“I’m going to be f ****** popular.” Nik Crus isn’t ***!” The threat was made to Nikolas Cruz who is currently serving a life sentence in connection with the 2018 Parkland massacre.

Bowling Green Independent Schools notified the community of a threat to a Lexington-based website on Wednesday, without disclosing many details.


“Superintendent Gary Fields was notified of a possible safety threat that included staff and students at three area high schools: Bowling Green High School (Warren Central High School) and Allen County-Scottsville High School (Senators Mitch McConnell, Rand Paul”),” reads a notice from Kyle McGraw, Bowling Green High School Principal. “There is no time or date specific for the threat.

Fox News Digital was informed by the Bowling Green Police Department that it was conducting an investigation. Fox News Digital reached out to the schools and the U.S. Capitol Police as well as McConnell and Paul.

Fox News Digital was informed by the FBI’s Louisville Office that it was aware about the threats.


According to an FBI statement, “While we don’t have any indication that the threats are credible,” they said, “We are taking them seriously” and were actively working with local authorities in order to identify those responsible. Threatening interstate communications is a federal crime. Even if the threats are not true, they can still be charged as federal crimes.

The agency stated that hoaxes are serious threats to school and law enforcement. They disrupt schools, waste scarce resources and cause distress to students, parents, staff, and teachers.

The threat was also made by a person who threatened to kill former President Donald Trump. However, the threat stated that they could not get to them “sadly” but could get to your children.

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“I’ll do that at a football match. It doesn’t matter when. You can’t stop me. “I’ll take some pigs with moi too,” said the writer, using a derogatory term that police officers use.

The threat ends with the words “See you soon” at the address of Bowling Green and Warren Central high school and James Bazzell middle school.

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