The Missouri state senator who recently called for the assassination of President Trump publically apologized four days after her comments were made.
Maria Chapelle-Dadal has been receiving constant blowback to step down from her Democratic Senate seat after she posted “I hope Trump is assassinated!” on her Facebook page. Chapelle-Nadal quickly deleted the post, but not before it powered through the internet and raced across media platforms. Despite many people calling for her resignation, she has made it clear that she would not be stepping down.
If she does not resign, Missouri Lt. Gov. Mike Parson has made it clear that the Missouri Senate will start the process of expelling her for “contempt and disorderly conduct.” In a bid to make things right, Chapelle-Nadal spent Sunday evening publically apologizing to both Trump and his family for the post:
“President Trump, I apologize to you and your family. I made a mistake and I am owning up to it. And I am not ever going to make a mistake like that again. I have learned my lesson.”
The senator concluded her remarks in what seems like a rather odd way:
“My judge and my jury is my Lord Jesus Christ.”
Check out the video below and let us know if you think she seems sorry for her disgraceful actions.
Credit: Daily Caller