Missouri Democrat state senator Marie Chappelle-Nadal wrote in a Facebook comment that she hoped President Trump would be assassinated. She deleted it and said it was inappropriate but she won’t apologize.
She didn’t mean it really, she says. She was just frustrated.
But don’t worry, she’s a Patriot:
“As a patriot, as someone who has had family members who have been in this military, including my grandfather who served in the Korean War and the Vietnam War, and I’m one of only a few who are not in the military today, I’m looking at this president and what he is saying and his rhetoric and he is causing mass chaos.”
Some are calling for her to resign.
— Casey Nolen KSDK (@CaseyNolen) August 17, 2017
HERE’S HER SHOCKING HISTORY
In 2008, she was a super-delegate for Barack Obama and tweeted this, threatening whites:
She’s no Patriot. She’s hates this country.
In September 2014, Chappelle-Nadal ramped up the violence in Ferguson while claiming the police were responsible for the violence by rioters.
After the Ferguson decision by the grand jury, she said it’s Missouri’s race war because of systematic racism [by whites]. She’s an extremist who encourages rioting and anti-white, anti-police sentiments while excusing rioting, looting and arson.
When Michael Brown was shot, she tweeted multiple times “F*k you,” at Democratic Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon, telling Fox News that she did so because she was tear-gassed for three days [as she hung out with the rioters, New Black Panthers and other disreputable groups].
“The reason why I used profane language is because he has allowed us to get tear-gassed for three days,” Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal said. “I am one of his senators in his party and he was at the state fair enjoying a country concert while we were getting tear-gassed and shot at. And yes, anyone who’s going to get tear-gassed deserves to say a few ‘F’ bombs here and there.”
She threatened police in September 2014 and then called them liars [she gets frustrated a lot]:
Maria Chappelle-Nadal is far-left on every issue. In January of 2013 she said she wants to hold parents accountable if their children use unsafely-stored weapons illegally. She also wants to go one step further and require parents to notify schools if they own guns, a clear invasion of privacy.
She and a number of colleagues want administrators to then turn around and question parents about the storage and security of their gun(s).
This was her view on guns while she stirred up riots in Ferguson.