Missouri Senator Calls for Trump Assassination
Maria Chappelle-Nadal made the shocking comments on Facebook.
Now, the question is, should this Democrat be arrested for a terroristic threat? Or, will leftists turn a blind eye again?
Of course, the Senator quickly deleted her comment, and she’s issued the standard “I’m so sorry.” However, that doesn’t excuse her lapse in judgement. Surely, a Senator knows how to maneuver a tense political environment without resorting to death threats.
The Senator should know there’s no such thing as “delete” on social media. Her comments were screen-shotted and sent to the local news media via Twitter.
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As KMOX St. Louis reports:
“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.
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.
Republicans agree, it is chaotic to have a President who likes to get things done. Washington, DC hasn’t seen such a pace of accomplishments in many years, if ever. Adding a million jobs, boosting the economy, restoring law and order- all of these things create a lot of hustle and bustle. Yet, democrats like Chappelle-Nadal would rather sit around and play on Twitter.
Ranting and Raving
This isn’t the first time the Senator’s use of harsh language landed her in hot water. Back in 2014, she tweeted “F^ck You” to Governor Jay Nixon. Apparently the Senator was tear-gassed in a crowd of protesters after the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson.
She also made a lot of “white privilege” remarks during that same period.
As Fox News reported:
State Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal apparently said on Twitter: “LET ME BE CLEAR. When you exercise your #WhitePrivilege, don’t think I’m not going to remember. I will use it for the future. Uncomfortable?”
Earlier this year, Represenative Joshua Peters, another Missouri Democrat, accused Chappelle-Nadal of inappropriate behavior. Apparently, she lied about Peters, accusing him of hugging her and calling her “Boo”.
And people say Trump isn’t politically correct!
Apparently, this woman has no control over her temperament. Thus, she started off with “f*ck you” and graduated to “assassinate Trump”. Further, she feels vindicated in her choice of words.
However, it might be time for the Senator to hear the charges “terroristic threat.”
If a teenager at the local high school mentioned assassinating the principal, they’d be arrested immediately. Further, even jokes of such magnitude get zero tolerance. Therefore, why do leftists think Senators are above the law? Shouldn’t leaders be the ones to set examples?
According to KMOX:
She did apologize for the language she used in her post, but did not back down from her anger she feels toward the president.
“I’ve been thinking about this for a very long time about our president and what he’s been doing to people. I posted something on my personal Facebook and I should not have done that, and for that I am sorry for that,” said Chapelle-Nadal. “But I am not going to shy away from what caused that anger at all, I’m not going to shy away from that.”
Chapelle-Nadal said she has not been contacted by the Secret Service, but did allege that “a couple of guys are outside my house.”
Amid the response from her quickly deleted remark, she said she doesn’t want to see the president assassinated.
“No, I don’t want to see anyone assassinated, but he should not be president, he should be impeached,” she stated.
It looks like Maxine Waters just found her new best friend. Perhaps they should have a sleepover and make “Impeach Trump” posters together. Meanwhile, the Trump train will just keep on rolling, right over liberalism.