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Director of Taxpayer-Funded Museum Who Said She Hopes “Every Single” Person Who Votes Republican Dies Ends up Resigning

The director of a Texas museum that receives taxpayer dollars appears to be in trouble over a post she made on Facebook on Super Tuesday, according to a KTXS-TV report.

“I hope every single one of you pieces of s**t that votes Republican dies today,” Melonnie Hicks, executive director of the Pioneer City County Museum in Sweetwater, posted, according to the station’s report.

After Hicks’ post went viral and controversy exploded, KTXS said she apologized on Facebook: “I was really mad at Republicans for voting against health care since my options today are die or go into debt to see the doctor. It was gross which is [why] I deleted it.”

According to a KTAB-TV report, both messages that Hicks posted on her personal Facebook page have been deleted.

Read the full story from Big League Politics

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