School superintendent responds to TikTok threat

John Williams

FILE – The TikTok app logo appears in Tokyo on Sept. 28, 2020. TikTok was built on wacky dance trends (remember the Floss?), but the short-video platform has grown into much, much more as millions signed on during the pandemic. So where does that leave all that dancing? Slightly and thankfully muted for the dance-craze weary. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato, File)

A nationwide threat was communicated via TikTok, claiming that all the schools in the United States were at risk of a bombing or shooting. Downers Grove District 58 Superintendent Kevin Russell joins John Williams to react.

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