A person makes a direct comment saying the same thing that happened a few years ago is going to happen tomorrow.
They were not so direct as you imply.
but let's just say that the person you love most in the world is shot, and it turns out the police had actual credible evidence that the person that shot your loved one made a threat the day before, but the police had your attitude, "Oh we shouldn't be so quick - let's ignore the threat."
AKA "Appeal to emotion". This can easily be flipped around, where any nearly threatening sounding statement by anyone causes them to be arrested.
For example, a very recent comment of yours:
The only cure for this travesty is to immediately fill the FEMA death camps with the entire racist, sexist and homophobic members who consist the entirety of Programming at present - the whole lot of them, because while a good egg might have slipped through, the cancer that infects programming is pervasive, and we cannot take the chance.
Then, we must rebuild a new and proper programming community, and will adhere to strict guidelines according to gender, race, and sexual orientation.
How is that not a threat? That's far more direct than what this kid said.