An unsealed criminal complaint from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Chicago was released Monday. The complaint shows charges have been filed against Tracy Marie Fiorenza in connection with threats made to Donald and Baron Trump.
Chicago resident Fiorenza, age 41, was taken into custody for making email-based threats to shoot both Donald Trump and his son Baron Trump. The emails originated from Fiornza’s residence and were sent to the school headmaster believed to be where Baron Trump attends. Quotes from the emails include the specific threats on the lives of the former President and his son.
“I will shoot Donald Trump Sr. AND Barron Trump straight in the face at any opportunity that I get!”
The emails went on with more specific threats to Baron himself. Including a threat to shoot the 17-year-old young man.
“I am going to slam a bullet in Baron Trump’s head with his father IN SELF DEFENSE!”
Authorities were notified regarding the emails. Investigators from the U.S. Secret Service contacted Fiorenza for questioning. During the questioning, the 41-year-old admitted to writing and sending the emails. Federal charges were filed against Fiorenza and she was arrested Monday.
A hearing was held in Florida, where the school receiving the emails is located. U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeffrey Cummings presided over the hearing.
A Facebook page belonging to Fiorenza was still available at the time of her hearing. The page stated that she is a former teacher for the Chicago Public School system. Her social media account page consisted of several anti-Trump posts. One of the posts included a cartoon image of former President Trump being killed by hanging. In addition to the posts regarding the former President, were posts related to the Illuminati. Fiorenza also used her social media page to speak out on trafficking rings and related topics.
The Chicago Public School system confirmed that Fiorenza was a former school teacher for the district. She was fired in August of 2020 after only one school year of work.
Fiorenza is due back in federal court on Wednesday.