The nationwide hysteria following mass shootings that occurred earlier this month in El Paso, TX and Dayton, OH is spiking, as dozens of people have been apprehended and charged after making supposed threats on social media and other digital forums in recent weeks.
At least 27 individuals have been arrested since the shootings, including several minors, as pre-crime becomes the new norm due to the frenzy created by emotionally-driven coverage from the fake news.
Some of the threats seem credible, including a 38-year-old truck driver who was arrested after making “credible threats to conduct a mass shooting and suicide” according to an FBI agent and a 19-year-old Chicago man of foreign descent who was charged after outlining specific plans to commit murders at an abortion facility.
However, others being targeted are children and young people swept up in the enforcement crackdown. A 13-year-old child was arrested following reports of an unnamed threat allegedly made against a Wal-Mart in Weslaco, TX. A 15-year-old boy in Volusia County, Florida was charged after making a joke in a video game chat room.
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