“Sometimes It’s In Reverse” JCC Bomb Threats Traced To Anti-Trump Reporter

Juan Thompson, 31, was arrested in St. Louis by the FBI for making at least eight bomb threats and cyberstalking his ex-girlfriend. Thompson was a former reporter for The Intercept, and was fired after it was discovered that he made up sources and stories, including one about Charleston shooter Dylann Roof, reports The Daily Caller

Reported by Heavy.com, Thompson also tweeted anti-conservative and anti-white messages, one even celebrating the death of the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

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The disgraced former reporter is not responsible for all the bomb threats across the country, as there has been many. But this raises questions about the incidents and the many hate crime hoaxes that have been pinned on Republicans, later revealed to be done by the Democrats reporting them in the first place. Dozens upon dozens of Jewish Community Centers and schools have received these threats, sometimes multiple in one day, as well as three Jewish cemeteries vandalized. Democrats were quick to blame Trump supporters, claiming his administration condones anti-semitism and even going as far as calling President Trump himself an anti-semite.

President Trump recently condemned these hateful attacks in his address to Congress, but caught heat for an earlier report that day where he stated: “sometimes it’s the reverse, to make people — or to make others — look bad.”

He may be right after all.

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