A disturbed Illinois woman was arrested by Secret Service for threatening to kill Donald Trump and his son Barron.
41-year-old Tracey Fiorenza was charged with one federal count of transmitting threats to kill or injure another person in interstate commerce.
The threat was direct: "I state that I will shoot Donald Trump Sr. AND Barron Trump straight in the face at any opportunity I get!"
Fiorenza, a former teacher in Chicago public schools, sent the threat to the headmaster of a school in Palm Beach County, where Trump's Mar-A-Lago estate is located. The name of the school wasn't specified, but Barron attends the Oxbridge Academy in West Palm Beach.
Fiorenza had an initial court appearance Monday in Chicago, where she was told she would be transferred to Florida to face the charges. Her next hearing is scheduled for Wednesday in Chicago federal court.
She admitted to sending the threats from her home in Plainfield, a suburb of Chicago, during an interview with Secret Service.
Another e-mail read, "I am going to slam a bullet in Baron (sic) Trump's head with his father IN SELF DEFENSE!"
The woman's Facebook includes images of an effigy of Trump hanging from a tree and Trump in handcuffs. Her page is also filled with conspiratorial references to a Hollywood pedophile ring.
Fiorenza appears to have posted a cease-and-desist letter she received from St. Andrew's Episcopal School, where Barron was educated during his father's time in the White House.
"The Trump family REFUSES to be seen IN-PERSON at Saint Andrew's Episcopal in Maryland. Barron Trump is involved in his father's pedophile/incest ring through electronic means with access to psychotronic weaponry and live GPS/Satellite," one of her disturbing posts read.
17-year-old Barron, the only child of Donald and Melania Trump, towers over both his parents at 6'7".
The New York Times reported that Barron is beginning to look at colleges in New York with help from his mother.
Fiorenza's arrest comes weeks after the FBI shot and killed an elderly Utah man who left threatening messages toward Joe Biden on Facebook.
The man, Craig Robertson, allegedly pointed a gun at agents during a raid of his home, although he was described by neighbors as virtually immobile and harmless.
A Canadian woman was sentenced Thursday to 21 years in prison for sending President Trump a letter laced with poison.