Maria Chappelle-Nadal, the Missouri state senator who gleefully said she hopes President Trump gets assassinated, has posted a sickening Nazi meme on Twitter.
The race-baiting meme that Chappelle-Nadal posted compared the president of the United States to Adolf Hitler. Keep in mind that Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner are both Jewish, so the Nazi tweet is offensive on multiple levels.
The meme is a parody of a widely-panned Dove bodywash ad that shows a black woman taking off her brown T-shirt to reveal a white woman underneath wearing a white shirt. Dove later apologized for the bizarre ad, which many found racist.
— Cara Spencer for Mayor🇵🇷 (@MariaChappelleN) October 12, 2017
Chappelle-Nadal claimed she posted her Hitler meme because she was upset over a Trump tweet stating the obvious: That the U.S. military and FEMA staffers cannot stay in Puerto Rico “forever” to help with its hurricane-relief efforts.
After all, California is now burning with wildfires, while Texas and Florida are still recovering from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Oh, there’s also the entire country that Trump has to run, in addition to juggling geopolitical threats like ISIS and North Korea.
Maria Chappelle-Nadal told the AP the Puerto Rico crisis is “very personal” to her because her mother is from Puerto Rico. Um, okay.
Trump’s tweet came amid widespread press reports that Puerto Ricans have not gotten the aid they need because corrupt, inept mayors and locals officials have not disbursed the shiploads of food, water, and medical supplies the federal government sent after Hurricane Maria.
Angel Perez, the mayor of Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, said the Trump administration has been fantastic in providing aid. Perez shut down complaints from San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz by noting that she has not attended any FEMA meetings.
As BizPac Review has reported, there are over 10,000 containers packed with food, water and medical supplies sitting idly in San Juan Port because Puerto Rico does not have enough truck drivers to transport the goods across the island.
Chappelle-Nadal insisted she’s not making the same mistake she made in August, when she wrote on Facebook: “I hope Trump is assassinated!”
In September, the Missouri state Senate formally reprimanded Chappelle-Nadal for her assassination post amid calls for her to resign. After numerous Democrats and Republicans demanded she step down, Chappelle-Nadal finally issued a half-hearted apology to President Trump.
While claiming she’s a “servant of God,” Chappelle-Nadal also defiantly declared: “There is no way in hell that I’m resigning!”
Honey, we’ll be the judge of that. Just ask ESPN’s resident Trump hater Jemele Hill.
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