October 12, 2017
Authorities placed Charlottesville City Schools on lockdown Wednesday after the FBI warned of threats issued on social media by person(s) who expressed admiration for the Las Vegas shooter.
WTVR is reporting the threatening poster(s) were angry over the arrest warrant issued for antifa goon Deandre Harris earlier this week.
Local officials were notified by the FBI about information from a post made on a social media message board which expressed discontent with recent events in Charlottesville, according to the Charlottesville Police Department.
In the message sent to parents, a city schools spokesperson said the post specifically addressed warrants that have been issued for the arrest of Deandre Harris, who is wanted on a felony arrest warrant for an alleged assault that occurred on Aug. 12 during the Unite the Right rally, reported CBS 19.
Police said the person or persons who posted the message also referenced the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas and said they admired the shooter.
The post also said that Charlottesville, specifically schools within the city, should be the next target.
Seemingly every other news outlet is ignoring the Deandre Harris angle.
Harris is the antifa goon who raised $166,000 on GoFundMe after claiming he was “beaten by white supremacists” for no reason at Charlottesville.
A warrant was put out for his arrest on Monday.
You can see Harris appears to be attacking a man with a blunt object in the video below:
After raising heaps of cash off gullible liberals, Harris released a music video on YouTube featuring himself driving a new Mercedes Benz and flaunting piles of cash.
Leftists have been freaking out on social media over the idea one of their own could be held accountable for his alleged criminal actions.
• Black man hits man with a bat
• Gets beat up
• Plays victim & gets $166k
• Now has warrant issued for arrest
• This is how left reacts… pic.twitter.com/mhhcX1j9au
— The Right (@RightWingStand) October 10, 2017
Here’s the release from the Charlottesville Police Department:
On 10-11-2017 the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) notified the Charlottesville Police Department that they had received information from a post made on a social media message board expressing discontent with recent events in Charlottesville. The person(s) who posted the message also referenced the recent mass shooting in Las Vegas and expressed their admiration of the shooter. They went on to say that Charlottesville, in particular, schools within the city, should be the next target.
At this time there is no information on the identity of the person(s) who posted the message. City officers have been posted at all of the city’s schools and at many of the private schools.
Our department is coordinating with Charlottesville City School and Private School Administration in regards to these threats. As part of these efforts, Charlottesville City Schools are currently on a modified lockdown.
And here’s the letter from Charlottesville City Schools sent out to parents:
Dear families and staff,
All Charlottesville City Schools will be working on a modified lock-down today. This means that students will remain indoors when possible and will have adult or police supervision when they need to go outside (such as when classes change at Buford and Walker.) Recess and gym classes will be held indoors.
We are taking these precautionary measures at the request of Charlottesville City Police, who are monitoring an internet comment.
Thank you for your patience. We’ll keep you updated as we learn more from police.
Note, they all ignore the information about Deandre Harris. They don’t want people to think this was a deranged leftist. We’ve been assured for months now antifa is a peaceful group standing up against “racism and bigotry.”
The truth is they’re a domestic terrorist group and they were caught on video starting the violence in Charlottesville.
You can be sure the media is going to brush this story under the rug as it runs counter to their narrative.
This article was posted: Thursday, October 12, 2017 at 5:53 am