Dem Party spokesman for TN Senate candidate hurls vulgar insults at Trump and his ‘idiot’ voters

As Democrats hope to flip a Tennessee Senate seat blue, a top Party communications official has been hurling offensive insults at President Donald Trump and slamming his voters as “idiots.”

Mark Brown, a top communications official for the Tennessee Democratic Party and spokesman for the efforts to help Democrat Phil Bredesen win the Senate seat, has made disparaging comments about the president, calling him a “f—stik” and “Putin’s b—-,” the Washington Free Beacon reported.

(Image: Mark Brown/Facebook)

Hoping to flip a Tennessee Senate seat in favor of Democrats in the race against Republican Marsha Blackburn, Bredesen is running as a centrist who promises to “work together” with Republicans in Washington, D.C.

But his message is getting lost in Brown’s inflammatory rhetoric.

“Exactly, f— ‘reaching out’ to Trump voters. The idiots aren’t listening,” Brown wrote in a 2017  tweet.

In other tweets, Brown has unloaded profane insults on the president.

The revelation of the offensive remarks followed Bredesen complaining about being called a “liberal” and accusing Vice President Mike Pence of “name-calling.”

State Republicans called out Bredesen, pointing the real name-calling coming from his own party with Brown’s tweets.

Scott Golden, the chairman of the Tennessee Republican Party, told the Free Beacon that Brown’s “hateful comments” were “reprehensible.”

“Phony Phil Bredesen is complaining about the Vice President calling him out for what he is: a liberal,” he said. “Meanwhile, professional Twitter troll and Tennessee Democratic Party spokesman Mark Brown has been doing Bredesen’s dirty work and expressing his party’s true sentiments about President Trump.”

(Image: Bredesen/Youtube screenshot)

Brown has included other Trump official like Mick Mulvaney, acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, in his disparaging tweets.

He has even made evangelical Christians and America his targets.

Neither the Tennessee Democratic Party nor Bredesen’s campaign responded to a request for comment from the Washington Free Beacon.

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