A special education teacher in Minnesota has resigned after asking her Twitter followers who was going to kill Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
“So whose gonna take one for the team and kill Kavanaugh,” Sam Ness asked, in a since-deleted tweet. Ness resigned from her position as a teacher at the Alliance Education Center, which specializes in teaching special-needs teens and young adults.
Tweets from a Minnesota special education teacher calling for someone to kill Justice Kavanaugh. pic.twitter.com/HdtcVtRqLd
— Beth Baumann (@eb454) October 8, 2018
The FBI is aware of the tweet and the Rosemount school district also conducted its own review, according to The Minneapolis Star Tribune.
“At no time were students or staff in danger,” school district superintendent Mark Zuzek wrote in a statement earlier this week. “The employee was placed on paid administrative leave and an investigation conducted.”
Ness has since resigned voluntarily following complaints pouring into the school about her tweet.
Kavanaugh and his family have faced death threats throughout the confirmation process and three GOP senators who supported his nomination had their home addresses and phone numbers published on their Wikipedia pages. Police have arrested a 27-year-old man they think was behind the information breach who was working for Democratic Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee at the time.
To protest Kavanaugh’s appointment and confirmation, leftist protesters have been surrounding the Senate, Supreme Court, and even Republican Sen. Ted Cruz and his wife while screaming and banging on drums. Earlier this week, Hillary Clinton called for leftists to stop being civil until Democrats can take control of the House and Senate.