Static Gatsby Site Preloads Erroneous JS Resources

So, I have a static Gatsby site. Honestly, it works great, but for some reason, I’m getting errors in the console. The site seems to attempt to load erroneous js resources as text/html; charset=utf-8 content before loading the actual resources as application/javascript. I’m curious if this is harming the site’s performance. Very rarely, the webpage fails to rehydrate static resources and causes the page to display without js. I have tried running gatsby clean. I’m wondering if one of the Gatsby plugins is responsible for this issue. Does anyone have any experience with an issue similar to this?

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Current Config:

    gatsby: ^2.24.57
    gatsby-plugin-catch-links: ^2.3.11
    gatsby-plugin-google-analytics: ^2.3.13
    gatsby-plugin-html-attributes: ^1.0.5
    gatsby-plugin-manifest: ^2.4.27
    gatsby-plugin-netlify: ^2.3.14
    gatsby-plugin-react-helmet: ^3.3.4
    gatsby-plugin-remove-console: 0.0.2
    gatsby-plugin-remove-serviceworker: ^1.0.0
    gatsby-plugin-sass: ^2.1.3
    gatsby-plugin-typescript: ^2.1.2
    node-sass: ^4.14.1
    react: ^16.8.6
    react-dom: ^16.8.6
    react-helmet: ^6.1.0
    react-hook-inview: ^4.2.0
    react-lottie: ^1.2.3
    react-revea: ^1.2.2
    react-tooltip: ^4.2.6
    typescript: ^3.5.3
    webpack: ^4.36.1

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hmm, @miahstanley, does this happen locally at all?