Dem Lawmaker Threatens To Make Trump ‘Half-Term’ President – Secret Service Heard Him

by McIntosh | July 15, 2017 2:58 pm

It happened earlier this week when a Democratic state lawmaker from Maine, Scott Hamann, made what the left like to shrug off when it’s their side, a threatening “joke”[1] aimed at taking out President Donald Trump in a dirty Facebook moment.


Hamann wrote:

“As long as that’s what’s coming out of that side, then I’ll match you dumb f**ks word for word. Trump is a half term president, at most, especially if I ever get within 10 feet of that p***y.”

The Democrat is now looking at a very rough future for himself if he can’t seem to bridle his violent emotions, because now he is under investigation by the Secret Service over what they have perceived as a threat on the life of the President of the United States.

But good job!

“The Secret Service is aware of the comments in question and are investigating the matter,” a Secret Service spokesman told Fox News. “Allegations of any threat, inappropriate interest or unusual behavior directed towards a Secret Service protectee receives the highest priority of all our investigations.”

Hamann finally said he was sorry for making the “aggressively sarcastic and inappropriate” remark… yeah right, you lying sack of crap. What credibility does this worthless, over paid, do-nothing have? none.

Hamann’s comment was so over the top, it resulted in him getting kicked off of two legislative committees by Maine House Speaker Sara Gideon and good riddance.

She spoke with the media:

“I hope this consequence sends a clear signal to all members of the House of Representatives that they are expected to conduct themselves with respect at all times and in all media.”

The Democrat is under Secret Service investigation and has been ostracized by members of his own party.

A so-called “joke” shouldn’t have such a negative consequence, should it Hamann?

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