Chicago Teacher Who Threatened to Shoot Barron Trump in The Face, Stalked Him at School

An ex-social studies instructor from Chicago, who was apprehended for making threats to shoot ex-President Donald Trump and his son Barron "directly in the face," is now suspected of stalking the 17-year-old at his high school in Florida.

Reportedly, Tracy Marie Fiorenza, 41, journeyed to West Palm Beach in March and initiated inquiries about the former first son in the vicinity of the prestigious Oxbridge Academy, as per information provided by law enforcement documents.

From The New York Post: 


A security guard who spotted her at the school called 911 on March 7, telling police officers she was a “known stalker of a high-profile student.”

But when deputies arrived on the scene, Fiorenza claimed she was just trying to speak to the school’s headmaster because she had “conducted her own investigation” into whether Barron Trump was at the school.

The teacher was ultimately let off with a warning and was asked to leave the school premises.

Just a few hours later, though, Secret Service agents found her at a nearby gas station and drove her back to her hotel.

She had previously harassed people at Oxbridge Academy, making several calls in October claiming that school officials “were not following protocol,” authorities noted.

By May, Fiorenza emailed the school’s headmaster saying, “I will state that I will shoot Donald Trump Sr. AND Barron Trump straight in the face at any opportunity I get!”

She followed that up with a second email on June 5 saying she would “slam a bullet” into Barron’s head “with his father IN SELF DEFENSE [sic],” according to an affidavit submitted by a US Secret Service agent.

What an absolute lunatic!

This truly represents the peak of Trump Derangement Syndrome. It clearly demonstrates the extent to which these anti-Trump liberals have turned irrational, resorting to the point of stalking his children.

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