A Republican official in Missouri, Jefferson County Recorder of Deeds Debbie Dunnegan, took to her Facebook page to ask those in the military why they had not yet undertaken a coup to remove President Obama — “our domestic enemy,” she called him — from office. But she totally didn’t have any “ill intent.”
“I have a question for all my friends who have served or are currently serving in our military … having not put on a uniform nor taken any type military oath, there has to be something that I am just not aware of. But I cannot and do not understand why no action is being taken against our domestic enemy. I know he is supposedly the commander in chief, but the constitution gives you the authority,” she wrote in the post. “What am I missing? Thank you for your bravery and may God keep you safe.”Dunnegan, who is up for re-election in November, said that her question was taken out of context, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
“Something innocent and simple got twisted into a disaster because it’s an election,” she said. “I meant no ill intent toward the president. I meant no ill intent toward anybody.”
Yeah, she called the president a “domestic enemy” who was so obviously a threat to the country that he should be removed from power by a military coup, but that isn’t evidence of “ill intent” or anything. What does that even mean?