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Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Maine Rep.Scott Hamann threatens POTUS

Scott Hamann, a Maine lawmaker, posted his opinion and threatened President Trump on his social media account which he has since deleted because he is the p*ssy that he labeled President Trump.

In a rant that sounded more like a high school bully grabbing his crotch and challenging the president of the chess team, Hamann called Mr. Trump a "joke," a "rapist" and a p*ssy, and he ended his rant with what clearly sounds like a threat of bodily harm and perhaps even a death threat.

This so-called public servant (more like an idiot savant) posted a rambling diatribe laced with profanity and disgusting language referring to not only Trump, but also to his supporters. 

The keyboard hero posted on Facebook: "Trump is a half term president, at most, especially if I ever get within 10 feet of that p*ssy.

One FB user replied to Hamann's post asking: "Scott Hamann you plan to kill the President?"

The U.S. Secret Service knows of the situation, but officials gave no comment which means there's an investigation into the matter ongoing.

Regarding Trump supporters, Hamann wrote: "I just can't deal with you ignorant people anymore."

Hopefully he won't have to deal with U.S.

Hamann kissed up to Obama saying he "ran quite possibly the classiest 2 term presidency in US history."

Not counting, of course, Solyndra, Benghazi, the Iran deal, Muslim Brotherhood visitors in the White House, doing the "testicle" Pledge of Allegiance, and so much more--just ask any corpse man in any of our 57 states.

The twit deleted his posts but screen grabs of his rants were forwarded to Conservative talk radio host Keith Hanson on WNTK and WUVR in New Hampshire and Vermont. Hanson shared the images with Fox News and Hamann's bosses the statewide hunger relief organization, Good Shepard Food Bank, where Hamann is program director.

The real Good Shepard wouldn't be happy with Hamann's remarks.

Hanson spoke to Fox News: "I had somebody reach out to me and passed screenshots on to me saying that they were concerned about this. . . . This is a Democrat, a liberal, who was threatening the president," Hanson said.

He also said that Hamann confirmed to him, in a private FB message chain, that he did, in fact, post those comments.

So Hamann messaged Hanson with: "Hi Keith. Contacting my employer over a facebook comment I made to an old friend? I'm sorry if the truth triggered you so much that you felt it was a good idea to send a screenshot to my employer. 
"'Profanity-laden'?? Are you kidding me? The only swear words in the image you posted were a**, pr*cks, and Trump. Too much for a snowflake, then don't read comments between me and my childhood friend."

Then like a true hero Hamann added, "if anything negative comes from your attack on my employment, my attorney will be in touch. Cease and desist."

Hanson was shocked that an elected official could say such hateful things against the president. "When you are selected to become the voice of an electorate, you have a huge responsibility to be policing your words and representing your constituents at the best of your ability," Hanson told Fox News. "What was surprising to me was that anybody with half a brain would have said 'those aren't my comments.'"

Maine Republican Party Chairman Demi Kouzounas posted Hamann's vitriol to the Maine GOP Twitter page on Wednesday which was soon followed by the Maine State House Majority Office's release of Hamann's apology b*ll s*it:
"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. This is not language I typically use, it does not reflect my personal values, and while misguided, it was intended to make a visceral point about the developing political discourse in America [which then discredits his statement that he "should not have responded with the same language]."
Evidently Hamann is taking the Democrat's lead in vile language, but to blame his frustration on "language currently surrounding politics" is a cowardly copout. 

Then to disown the fact that he threatened to harm the President because it "doesn't reflect (my) personal values" is at best admitting he's a liar, and more probably, a person of interest to the U.S. Secret Service. 

I hope for the latter. 

We should all be sick and tired of people threatening a U.S. President, whether you like Trump or hate him. If you don't respect the office of the President, then you really don't respect the country that voted the President into the office.