BREAKING: Top Dem Senator Calls For Trump’s ASSASSINATION… Secret Service On CODE RED ALERT

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Black Supremacist Maria Chappelle-Nadal (D) of Saint Louis County has called for the assassination of President Trump


A Missouri state senator called for the assassination of President Trump on Facebook, then later deleted it, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

The paper published what appeared to be a screenshot of a Facebook discussion between Maria Chappelle-Nadal (D) of Saint Louis County and another user.

The other user, Christopher Gagne, wrote that his cousin is on the presidential Secret Service detail, saying that he is upset his six-year contract includes two years with “idiot” Trump.

“He did his first four with Obama and has two to go… I truly believe this will happen sooner, not later,” Gagne wrote.

Gagne then said he expects a visit from the Secret Service after the remark, to which Chapelle-Nadal responded, “No. I will. I hope Trump is assassinated.”

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U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill, U.S. Rep. William Lacy Clay and other top Missouri Democrats called Thursday for the resignation of fellow Democrat Maria Chappelle-Nadal, a state senator from University City, for posting a Facebook comment stating: “I hope Trump is assassinated!”

“I condemn it,” McCaskill said in a brief emailed statement. “It’s outrageous. And she should resign.”

“(C)alling for the assassination of the President is a federal crime,” noted Clay, a St. Louis based-congressman who Chappelle-Nadal unsuccessfully challenged in last year’s Democratic primary. He called her “an embarrassment to our state,” adding: “She should resign immediately.”

 Another St. Louis Democrat, state Rep. Joshua Peters, issued a letter to the Missouri House committee that deals with member ethics asking for Chappelle-Nadal’s removal from office, calling her “an embarrassment nationally for the Missouri General Assembly.”

Among other top Democrats to slam Chappelle-Nadal was Missouri Party Chair Stephen Webber, who called her comments “indefensible.”

In response to those and a growing list of other calls for her to step down, Chappelle-Nadal told the Post-Dispatch: “I am not resigning . . . What I said was wrong, but I am not going to stop talking about what led to that, which is the frustration and anger that many people across America are feeling right now.”

The U.S. Secret Service confirmed it is investigating her Facebook post.


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