In retaliation against Target over the retail chain’s decision to pull some of the most offensive LGBT “pride” clothing items for children from its stores, LGBT extremists are reportedly threatening to bomb numerous Target locations in Utah, Pennsylvania, and Ohio.
One Cleveland-area Target store shared a threatening email it received from transgenders and other LGBT perverts who wanted the child-grooming clothing to remain in Target’s “Pride Collection.”
“Target is full of cowards who turned their back on the LGBT community and decided to cater to the homophobic right-wing redneck bigots who protested and vandalized their store,” the email read in part.
“We won’t stand idly by as the far right continues to hunt us down,” they wrote in the email.
In Salt Lake City, police communications director Brent Weisberg told USA Today that there is no “credible threat” to at least two Target stores in the area that received similarly threatening emails.
“Officers will continue neighborhood patrols around the Target locations in Salt Lake City out of an abundance of caution,” Weisburg said in a statement.
“We encourage anyone who sees anything suspicious to immediately call 911,” he added.
Numerous Target locations in Layton, Taylorsville, and Provo, all, likewise in Utah, also received bomb threats.
Sgt. John Ottesen with the Layton Police Department told CBS affiliate KUTV 2 that the bomb threat there, which directly mentioned Target’s pride merchandise, came from a “bogus email address.”
As a quick reminder, Target’s 2023 “Pride Collection” included select items from U.K.-based designer Abprallen, which has produced such gems as t-shirts with the phrases “Satan loves you” and “Satan respects pronouns” emblazoned on the front and back.
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