Powered by Topple

Texas grandmother reports domestic terrorist threat to FBI over ‘locked and loaded’ school board remark

Powered by Topple

CHECK OUT WeThePeople.store and WeThePeople.wine for holiday gifts and awesome snarky swag!

(Video Credit: Fort Worth ISD LIVE)

A brave and principled Texas grandmother at a Fort Worth school board meeting filed a domestic terrorist complaint with the FBI over threatening comments made last week by a radical CRT supporter.

Ladonna Meyers, who is a grandmother of two, told Fox News on Tuesday that she had reached out to the Dallas FBI office over “locked and loaded” comments made by a father named Malikk Austin, who is also a militant Critical Race Theory advocate. He threateningly proclaimed at the meeting on Nov. 9 that he had “1,000 soldiers ready to go.”

“I filed a report with the FBI office in Fort Worth,” Meyers stated. “It’s their job to check in on terrorism, and this was a terrorist threat.”

“I used to work in security at DFW [airport], so I know what is legally a terrorist threat,” Meyers asserted. In reference to the “1,000 soldiers” comment, she asked, “Is he training these men? Is he training them for attacks on Americans?”

Meyers noted that she attended the school board meeting and described Austin’s words as “threatening to the whole room.” She pointed out that her grandchildren are mixed-race and roundly condemned CRT as dangerous and unfit for children.

“We cannot let terrorist threats go without being addressed,” the courageous grandmother insisted.

Austin was allowed one minute to vent at the school board meeting. He turned and addressed the parents who had passionately spoken up against Critical Race Theory, specifically the three who had voiced their opinions before he stood at the podium.

“For those who got an issue with this Critical Race Theory equity, this is something I fight for, for my children,” Austin declared. “How dare you come out here and talk about the things that my daddy and my grandparents went through? The lynching, the oppression, Jim Crow — and my kids are still being afflicted by this.”

“We are not our ancestors,” he vowed. “I got over 1,000 soldiers ready to go.”

The school board members allowed Austin to finish his menacing comments before having officers escort him out of the room. He continued to yell threats as he departed, shouting, “I’ll bring my soldiers with me next time… locked and loaded.”

One parent who spoke at the meeting, Hollie Plemmons, a stay-at-home mother of three, asked him, “Did you just threaten me?”

Austin replied, “Locked and loaded.”

It should also be noted that Austin allegedly showed up in “tactical gear” and had two other “revolutionaries” with him at an August school board meeting.

Here is a different angle of the confrontation:

Despite Austin telling Fox News that he was not threatening anyone, to many his words indicated otherwise. “First Amendment rights, freedom of speech, need to be implemented,” he remarked.

He claimed that “locked and loaded” was ” a term I used when I coached football. It means, ‘Prepare and get ready.’”

The enraged CRT supporter went on to posit that those who opposed the leftist racial ideology at the meeting said “things that are inflammatory and inhumane to us of African American descent.”

Plemmons is far from convinced that Austin’s remarks were not a threat.

“So I don’t need to be worried about him coming to my home and shooting me up? ‘Locked’ means when you are putting your cartridge or your clip in and ‘loaded’ means you have a bullet in the chamber,” she contended.

“We can’t confirm investigations, but we take threats seriously,” a spokesperson for the Dallas FBI office told Fox News.

The Texan grandmother was seen as a hero by many on social media for reporting the threat:

Comments

Latest Articles