Missouri State Senator and Democratic Leader Maria Chappelle-Nadal posted a bounty online for information on her online critic.
Via Dana Loesch Radio:
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Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal a University City democrat says she was alerted to the comments Friday night found on a public page called Pro-Union St. Louis. She says the comments centered around her stand on the school transfer bill.
Chappelle-Nadal says some of the posts included racially charged comments and vulgarities aimed at her.
‘I wanted people to know who these individuals are,’ she said.
The comments, she says, were removed from the Pro-Union Facebook page, but not before she was able to trace back the identities of those making the nasty posts.
She says she went to the public versions of their Facebook pages and copied photos of them and posted them on her Twitter feed under the headline, ‘racist union members.’
Some of the photos also showed family members, including children.
Several Twitter users have been highly critical of that tactic, but the senator defends her actions.
In January Chappelle-Nadal threatened Missouri voters over their “white privilege.”
In 2013 Chappelle-Nadal proposed legislation to force parents to notify schools if the family owned a gun.