Uvalde shooter was ‘violent towards women’ according to classmates, threatened teen girls online

Uvalde mass shooter Salvador Ramos attempted an “eerie” come-on to fellow high school student Keanna Baxter that she rejected after seeing a friend of hers who had dated him grow frightened by his volatile, bizarre behavior.

“He dated my ex-friend. And then they broke up,” Baxter, 17, said in an interview with the San Antonio Express-News. “And then he tried to date me after that, but I told him no. Because he always had this kind of eerie sense about him.”

According to Baxter, Ramos, 18, was unpredictable and violent when he was dating her friend. That assessment turned out to be all too true following his slaughter of 19 kids and two teachers after he shot his grandmother in the face, leaving her in critical condition.

“She told me that he was scary,” she stated. “Like he would get super violent. And when he would lose his temper, she would literally be scared for her life, basically.”

“He would send her these really nasty messages, where he’d go from super sweet to screaming at her back to super sweet,” Baxter noted concerning Ramos’ erratic behavior.

“He was overall just aggressive, like violent,” she continued. “He would try and fight women. He would try and fight anyone who told him no — if he didn’t get his way, he’d go crazy. He was especially violent towards women.”

Another teen at Uvalde High School named Crystal Foutz, 17, was threatened by Ramos via Instagram following a fight he got into with her ex-boyfriend on social media.

“It was just harassing. And I never like provoked him or anything like that,” Foutz remarked on Friday. “He was aggressive for no reason. … I just blocked him.”

“Another friend of mine, when she worked with (Ramos), there was an incident between a girlfriend and a boyfriend — (Ramos) tried to fight the girlfriend,” she commented to Express-News. “And it really was over nothing. Just because he was aggressive like that.”

The Texas Tribune reported that Ramos “could be cryptic, demeaning and scary, sending angry messages and photos of guns. If they didn’t respond how he wanted, he sometimes threatened to rape or kidnap them — then laughed it off as some big joke.”

A 16-year-old boy in Austin said he saw Ramos frequently in Yubo panels and told The Washington Post that Ramos made aggressive, sexual comments to young women on the app and sent him a death threat in January.

“I witnessed him harass girls and threaten them with sexual assault, like rape and kidnapping,” he claimed. “It was not like a single occurrence. It was frequent.”

Ramos also reportedly threatened to shoot up schools on Yubo and no one took him seriously.

Others apparently had issues with Ramos as well.

Santos Valdez Jr., 18, claimed he was close with Ramos until he couldn’t tolerate the future shooter’s odd behavior any longer. Ramos showed up at the park where they played basketball at one point with cuts all over his face. He initially claimed he was scratched by his cat but eventually admitted he had cut himself “just for fun.”

And in true sociopathic fashion, there’s a video showing Ramos holding up a dead cat in the passenger seat of a car, according to the New York Post. There are also evidently TikTok videos showing Ramos punching walls while wearing boxing gloves according to the media outlet. He allegedly proclaimed that he could fight anyone.

“He was just very like pushy,” Foutz recounted. “If you would ask for something or if he was trying to pick on you or he was trying to tell you something and you didn’t give him a reaction, it would make him angry … (he was) very pushy, very aggressive.”

The rumor mill at the school was in full swing over Ramos claiming that he was ticked that he wouldn’t be able to graduate. According to the grandfather, he just quit going to school. Baxter claims she saw him in school in April and Foutz saw him last fall.

“To be honest, I didn’t think twice about this kid,” Baxter bluntly remarked. “I barely knew this kid for like a year. He kind of popped out of nowhere.”

Both girls said that Ramos was a “loser” with “no friends.”

“The people that did try and give him a chance to be friends with, he scared them away,” Foutz charged. “He was a bully, really. If you didn’t give him what he wanted, he was a bully to you.”

“He didn’t have any friends,” Baxter asserted. “To be honest, no one ever spoke to him. Just because people were genuinely afraid of him.”

“We all thought maybe they’re going to do it to the high school — because we’ve gotten threats before,” she said referring to those like Ramos. “But not to the kids. It should have been us. There was no reason to go and hurt those kids.”

“None of us are like that. None of us have that kind of hate in our heart to do something like that or know how this ever could have happened,” Baxter concluded.

Get the latest BPR news delivered free to your inbox daily. SIGN UP HERE


Please help us! If you are fed up with letting radical big tech execs, phony fact-checkers, tyrannical liberals and a lying mainstream media have unprecedented power over your news please consider making a donation to BPR to help us fight them. Now is the time. Truth has never been more critical!

Success! Thank you for donating. Please share BPR content to help combat the lies.


We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, profanity, vulgarity, doxing, or discourteous behavior. If a comment is spam, instead of replying to it please click the ∨ icon below and to the right of that comment. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain fruitful conversation.

PLEASE JOIN OUR NEW COMMENT SYSTEM! We love hearing from our readers and invite you to join us for feedback and great conversation. If you've commented with us before, we'll need you to re-input your email address for this. The public will not see it and we do not share it.

Latest Articles