"He was sending death threats to other classmates through social media platforms which under Florida law, under the state statute, that's a felony," said Ms. Loesch. "But because of that Promise program which he was enrolled in, none of it was reported. It was all under the radar. He didn't have a criminal record because [superintendent] Robert Runcie and [Sheriff] Scott Israel prevented him from having one."
"We need to make sure that we're funding security measures," Ms. Loesch said Tuesday on Fox News' "Fox & Friends." "How about we take the half a billion dollars from Planned Parenthood and redirect that into making sure that our schools are secure and that we have armed security and that we have metal detectors. We are protecting our sporting events and concerts more."