Maine Dem Apologizes for His Profanity-Laced Threats Against the President


Maine Democrat State Representative Scott Hamann of Maine wrote a Facebook message that @realDonaldTrump will be a one-termer “If I ever get within 10 feet of that p*ssy.”

It’s illegal to threaten the President as he seemingly has, though the Secret Service hasn’t opened a case file, Circa News reported.

He now says he’s sorry he posted it, probably since some of his colleagues want him to resign.

It was just banter with a friend he said.

Hamann called Trump a “joke,” a “liar” and an “admitted rapist” and compared him unfavorably with former President Obama. Hamann said Trump was “installed by the Russians, because they wanted to undermine American democracy and embarrass our country. Mission accomplished.”

He tore into Trump supporters as well

“I just can’t deal with you ignorant people anymore,” the Facebook post read. “Trump was installed by the Russians because they wanted to undermine American democracy and embarrass our country. Mission accomplished. Trump is a joke, and anyone who doesn’t have their head up their ass understands that.”

He railed against Trump’s alleged treatment of women.

“The way he talks about and to women,” Hamann continued, “that alone disqualifies him from leading anything. He’s an admitted rapist. He inserts his fingers into women against their consent. Would you be okay with leaving him alone in a room with your wife?”

Hamann also slammed Trump’s voters saying, “Don’t like the truth? Well then fuck you, snowflake. You’re a fucking pussy. And you people are destroying America.”

“100% of intelligence [sic] Americans agree that Trump is a complete loser. But go back to clinging to your guns because you’re afraid. Pussy,” he added.

“See, it’s not only Trump supporters who can talk like complete a**holes,” he vulgarly concluded. “As long as that’s what’s coming out of that side, then I’ll match you dumb f***s word for word. Trump is a half term president, at most, especially if I ever get within 10 feet of that p***y.”

The Washington Times reported that he apologized

“I regret my impulsive decision to post something aggressively sarcastic and inappropriate in a Facebook exchange with a childhood friend,” the Democrat said in a written statement. “While the tone of the post was born out of frustration with the vile language currently surrounding politics, I should not have responded with the same language.”

The legislator is in his third term.