Bomb Threats Received at Multiple HBCUs Monday Morning

On Monday morning, multiple historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) received bomb threats.

This is the second time this month it has happened.

The acting deputy director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives, Thomas Chittum, has announced that agents have responded to the calls.

To What Means?

The motive of the bomb threats was not made immediately clear.

However, with the timing being so close to Biden’s promise of a black woman to the Supreme Court, we know what the connections are going to be.

Chittum stated, “We can confirm that ATF has responded.

“Of course, it is a federal crime to use interstate facilities to make a bomb threat, and so ATF will provide our investigative expertise and support to that investigation, but obviously, the facts are preliminary and unfolding.”

Among the schools that received bomb threats were Albany State University in Georgia, Bowie State University in Maryland, Southern University, A&M College, Delaware State University, Howard University, and Bethune-Cookman University.

The same thing happened on January 4, with seven HBCUs receiving threats.

Threats were received at Florida Memorial University, North Carolina Central University, Prairie View A&M University, The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Florida Memorial University, Norfolk State University, and Xavier University of Louisiana.

No bombs were found when searches were conducted, which will hopefully be the case here.

As mentioned above, we already know Democrats will put this on conservatives, as if the idiots making these threats speak for the entire conservative moment in this country.

This is the type of nonsense they actually love to see, as it allows them to press the narrative that all conservatives are racist.

Do you think Democrats will try to tie these threats to Biden’s Supreme Court nominee?

Tell us what you think in the comments section below.

Source: ABC News


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