The violent, hateful left strikes again.
Missouri State Senator Maria Chapelle-Nadal is about to be in hot water for a Facebook comment she made, calling for the assassination of President Trump.
Why are grown liberal adults incapable of venting political discourse without threatening human life?
Of course, the cowardly, violent senator deleted the post and is now claiming she’s sorry.
She says she was driven to write it by “anger.”
Someone THAT mentally unstable and weak-minded has no business serving in an elected office.
Thursday morning, a Missouri State Senator posted a comment on Facebook stating she hoped President Donald Trump will be assassinated.
The Secret Service confirmed with News 4 that they are investigating.
Maria Chappelle-Nadal, D-University City, posted the comment, “No. I Will. I hope Trump is assassinated!” in response to a comment from another person who posted about his cousin being on the President’s secret service detail and his fear that he will probably receive a visit from the secret service. A screenshot of the comment was posted to Twitter by KMOX’s Mark Reardon.
“Someone wrote a statement on my Facebook and I responded with something that shouldn’t have been put up there,” said Chapelle-Nadal. Her comment was quickly deleted from her page.
Although the post was deleted, the ripple effects were felt for hours afterwards.
Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill said, “I condemn it. It’s outrageous. And she should resign.”
Missouri Democratic Party Chair, Stephen Webber, released a statement on behalf of the Missouri Democratic Party that read:
State Senator Chappelle-Nadal’s comments are indefensible. All sides need to agree that there is no room for suggestions of political violence in America — and the Missouri Democratic Party will absolutely not tolerate calls for the assassination of the President. I believe she should resign
Chappelle-Nadal told News 4 that while she is sorry for her comment, it was born out of frustration given the current political climate.
“I am not going to shy from that for a moment; the frustration and the anger that I have behind the statement that I made, and that is our president that we have right now is causing a lot of chaos,” said Chapelle-Nadal.
She did apologize for the language she used in her post, but did not back down from her anger she feels toward the president.
Sources: KMOV.com and Truthfeed