In what could possibly be a liberal inspired attack, a Florida Man was on his way to Bellamy Elementary School in Tampa, where he planned to kill as many young children as he could.
He was triggered because the school is painted to look like an American flag.
The school was named for Tampa resident Francis Bellamy, wrote the Pledge of Allegiance.
22-year-old Andrew Ivan Aman was on his way to the school, when police arrested him. He had run into his roommate and told him what he was planning to do.
The roommate called the police.
Authorities report that 22-year-old Andrew Ivan Aman was set to stab as many children as possible at Bellamy Elementary School in Tampa, Florida. He was taken into custody for a mental health evaluation under the state's Baker Act.
According to WTVT-TV, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office issued a memo warning deputies about the alleged threat.
The memo, which was branded "situational awareness" and "law enforcement sensitive," went out on Monday, describing Aman's alleged plot to "stab as many children as possible" at the school.
Aman reportedly took issue with the school because of its American pride, and American flag-themed exterior painting.
The memo explained that the 22-year-old — who has a history of several mental disorders — decided to target the elementary school because he despises the United States, and because of the school's "obnoxious pride in America," as "illustrated by the large American flag mural" on the building's exterior.
The memo revealed that Aman hid a large kitchen knife in a bag and was on his way to the school to kill the children.
"If adults get in the way, he planned to stab them as well," the memo added.