Gilberton, Pa., Police Chief Mark Kessler has uploaded several videos of himself spewing profanity and firing automatic rifles.
In one video (below), Kessler tells viewers offended by his use of profanity to “go f--- yourself.”
“F--- all you libtards out there, as a matter of fact, read my shirt,” Kessler says, who reveals his clothing to read: “Liberals take it in the a--.”
“You take it in the a-- and I don’t give a f--- what you say so you can all just go f--- yourselves, Kessler says. "I won't be going to D.C. and I don’t give a f---. If you f---ing maniacs want to turn this into an armed revolt, knock yourselves out. I’m not about that, so see you on the other side."
But it does not end there. In another one of his videos, Kessler shoots a picture of a clown and claims it is Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif. He calls U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry a “c---sucker” in another video.
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YouTube, which removes videos of spouses having a funny argument, has allowed these videos to stay up.
Gilberton Mayor Mary Lou Hannon defended Kessler's right to make threatening videos.
"Each member of council, each employee and each citizen is not only entitled to their own political opinions, but also the right to express them," Hannon said to The Morning Call. "We will not take action to squash free speech, whether or not each member of council or any member of council agrees with it."
However, former Scranton, Pa., Police Chief Dan Duffy said: “This is exactly what a law enforcement officer should not be doing out there publicly, especially identifying himself as a law enforcement officer. It's an embarrassment to us."
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Source: The Morning Call