Content warning: disturbing language.
"U all want to vote mitch mcconnell and rand paul then u all deal with what comes with that," stated the message. "And the only way ur gona learn is when ur ****** racist ******* kids are on the ground bleeding out. Then youll know what the rest of us have to live with on a daily basis because of the fascists you voted in. Want fascism? Ill be happy to give it to you."
"I want you all to look at your dead kids and know it was because of how you voted I want you to feel the hate I feel for every single one of you vermin and to know how bad I want them all dead," the statement continued. "You right wing fascist ***** are what is wrong with this ****** up country, since I cant kill all of you I can take a few of your rodent children down."
The anonymous writer referred to Nikolas Cruz, the young man responsible for the atrocious Parkland shooting in 2018 that resulted in the death of 17 high school students.
"Im gona be ******* famous!!!!!! Nik Cruz aint ****!"
"If I could id kill rand paul and mitch mcconnel donald trump god ld love to kill them all and enjoy every moment but I cant get to them sadly but I can get to your kids," the message continued.
The community was alerted to the threat on Wednesday evening, but few details were shared.
"Superintendent Gary Fields received notice of a potential safety threat that includes staff and students of three area high schools: Bowling Green High School, Warren Central High School, and Allen County-Scottsville High School and Senators Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul. There is no specific date, or time of the threat," stated Bowling Green High School Principal Kyle McGraw.
Gary Fields, superintendent of Bowling Green Independent Schools, told WBKO, "We also know that the most important thing for our students, especially after the last couple of years, is we want our students to feel safe at school."
The local police department and the FBI are currently investigating the credibility of the threats sent to Bowling Green Independent Schools, Warren County Schools, and the Allen County School systems.
"While we have no indication the threats are credible, we are taking them seriously and are actively working with local authorities to identify those responsible," the FBI's Louisville office told Fox News Digital. "Issuing a threat – even over social media, via text message, or through email – is a federal crime (threatening interstate communications). Even if these threats are deemed hoaxes, they could still be prosecuted as federal crimes."
"Hoax threats are not a joke as they disrupt school, waste limited law enforcement resources, and cause unnecessary distress to our students, school personnel, and parents," the agency stated.