Detroit-born hip hop producer and DJ Michael Buchanan, who goes by the stage name ‘House Shoes,’ made a series of terrorist threats from his verified Twitter account over the weekend.
According to The Gateway Pundit, Mr. Buchanan, 45, took to his Twitter account this weekend and called for the Covington Catholic children to be burned alive: “LOCK THE KIDS IN THE SCHOOL AND BURN THAT BITCH TO THE GROUND.”
Buchanan also called for mass shootings of Trump supporters in a series of tweets: “If you are a true fan of Shoes I want you to fired on any of these red hat bitches when you see them. On sight.”
Below are screenshots of Buchanan’s tweets in case he deletes them:
Buchanan called for mass shootings of Trump supporters and presumably the minor Catholic teens, also according to The Gateway Pundit.
Also Tweeting, “I want you to fire on any of these red hat bitches when you seen them. On sight,”
Many people reported the threats. Conservative author and voice Mike Cernovich confirmed LAPD was investigating the death and arson threats.
I can confirm the LAPD is investigating the death and arson threats @HouseShoes made against young children. Please do not contact law forcement again as they are aware.
We may have stopped a school shooting by this psychopath.
Also I will be filing report with FBI. pic.twitter.com/Czdi3CPjao
— Mike Cernovich 🦍🇺🇸 (@Cernovich) January 21, 2019
Buchanan’s threats are unfortunately just one of many outrageous and aggressive stances many took after being duped by the media.
According to ILMF, After seeing the viral incident, Beauty and the Beast Disney director, Jack Morrissey tweeted out his opinion that these kids should be thrown in a “woodchipper”. His remarks were included with a distasteful image that showed a woodchipper spraying blood everywhere:
Comedian Kathy Griffin, among others, tweeted out photos of students at Covington Catholic High School smiling and standing in front of a Native American man banging a drum during the Indigenous Peoples March, first reported by The Washington Examiner.
“Name these kids. I want NAMES. Shame them,” Griffin tweeted Saturday. “If you think these fuckers wouldn’t dox you in a heartbeat, think again.”
Many others had similar comments and lawsuits are likely.
.@realDonaldTrump should invite The Covington Catholic Teens to the White House..
The Media pushed another FALSE story that RESULTED in these children's LIVES being put at serious RISK..
This will SPOTLIGHT their BIAS, identify LIABILITY and pave the way for LAW-SUITS…
— Chuck Callesto (@ChuckCallesto) January 21, 2019
Earlier today Los Angeles-based trial lawyer Robert Barnes offered to represent the Covington families for free should they decide to sue the New York Times and Barnes recently told PJ Media that he was working with the families to sue the media outlets that defamed them.
— Robert Barnes (@Barnes_Law) January 20, 2019
President Trump also weighed in saying that it’s “looking like Nick Sandman & Covington Catholic students were treated unfairly with early judgements proving out to be false – smeared by media.”
Looking like Nick Sandman & Covington Catholic students were treated unfairly with early judgements proving out to be false – smeared by media. Not good, but making big comeback! “New footage shows that media was wrong about teen’s encounter with Native American” @TuckerCarlson
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 22, 2019