Leftists speak of assassinating President Trump as though it is OK to do that. Creeps like Ted Kornhole are entitled to threatening murder of the President. When are the feds going to start throwing these classless morons into prison?
The founder and CEO of guitar amplifier maker Magnatone has apologized for a Facebook message about the potential assassination of President Donald Trump, according to Inquisitr.
In his Facebook post yesterday, Ted Kornblum apparently wrote the following: “Rest easy people, it’ll take only 100 days till Trump gets a bullet in the head!”
Kornhole then added fuel to the fire by posting an image (above) of Travis Bickle, the political assassin portrayed by Robert De Niro in the movie Taxi Driver, with Trump in the foreground.
Magnatone CEO, Ted Kornblum calls for the assassination of President Trump. This disturbing rhetoric has been largely ignored by the media. pic.twitter.com/25segYx6Jm
— Truth Bombers (@Truth_Bombers) January 30, 2017
Emotions are still running high almost three months after Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 presidential election, an outcome that most media organizations and political pollsters and pundits insisted never would happen. Some political observers maintain that, in general, the media echo chamber or groupthink that Trump rival Hillary Clinton was a lock for the presidency might be partially responsible for at least some of the post-election incivility by those on the left of the ideological spectrum.
Parenthetically, according to PJ Media, left-wing billionaire George Soros is bankrolling some of the current airport protests as well as legal challenges to Trump’s temporary travel ban executive order that affects seven Middle Eastern countries.
Ted Kornblum of Magnatone followed up his original Facebook message with the following apology.
“Earlier today a frivolous, insensitive political post went out on Facebook.vIt should not have. Magnatone is not a political organization, respects the beliefs and opinions of all people, and does business accordingly. I personally share these values of our brand. I sincerely regret this careless mistake, and apologize to anyone, anywhere, who may have been offended. I can assure you this will not happen again. Thank you.”
Note: The Magnatone Facebook page appears now to be offline