In St. Louis, we have many, many liberal elected representatives. And in the recent past, we’ve been highlighted across the country for more than protests and riots. If Claire McCaskill isn’t brown-nosing her way through the Obama administration, then Maria Chappelle Nadal is wishing that President Trump would be assassinated.
Racism and liberalism runs rampant though the inner city of St. Louis, and elected elites play to it every chance they get.
But the winds have shifted and the old leftist tricks of the past aren’t working as well as they used to. As the conservatives have many times been accused of succumbing to the circular firing squad in times of political stress, so now have the St. Louis left begun to eat their own. And who better to start the outrageous assault than our own, Maria Chappelle Nadal.
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Maria was most recently reported to have wished for the president’s death on Twitter. She faces expulsion from the Missouri Senate for her outrageous and unsavory behavior. And while she has apologized for her tainted tweets, she just can’t seem to keep her nose out of trouble for very long. She may not be able to nasty-gram the president anymore, so she’s set her sights on the state’s Democratic leader, Claire McCaskill.
Democrats like to cast blame. They’re really good at it and with all the newly boiling unrest in our city Maria just felt the need to cast racist liberal stones at Claire McCaskill.
The Kansas City Star captured this little embarrassing squabble.
An embattled Missouri state senator accused U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill of placing politics ahead of her support for minorities Friday after a racially charged court ruling sparked protests in St. Louis.
State Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal, a University City Democrat, faced pressure from McCaskill and other Democratic Party leaders to resign after she said she wished for President Donald Trump’s assassination in a Facebook post.
Chappelle-Nadal, who refused calls to resign and was reprimanded by the state Senate this week, criticized McCaskill Friday on Twitter after a St. Louis judge found former police officer Jason Stockley not guilty of first-degree murder in the 2011 shooting death of black motorist Anthony Lamar Smith.
Claire made a statement after the Jason Stockley verdict, but that just wasn’t good enough to satisfy Chappelle Nadal.
McCaskill, a Democrat facing a tough re-election fight in 2018, said in a statement that some Missourians “are sure to be pained by today’s decision, and others will agree with the ruling, but the fact is that none of us can let it detract from the goals that we all should share — safer streets, where police have the trust of the communities they serve, and a system of justice that’s fair to all of our citizens.
Chappelle-Nadal quoted a Twitter user who called McCaskill’s statement weak and insufficient. Chappelle-Nadal then added that McCaskill “certainly knows how to throw Black people under the bus when it’s politically expedient.”
And then Maria just couldn’t resist poking the eye of the entire Democratic party.
You would think with all the trouble Maria has had, lately with social media, she would refrain, a bit. But no. Here’s some more exchanges, and responses.
Maria can bluster on social media all she wants. It’s going to catch up to her and blow her out of the water, if it already hasn’t.
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