Teacher Who Tweeted ‘Kill Kavanaugh’ Gets Bad News From Her Boss – And the FBI

A teacher who tweeted about someone killing Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh is now paying the price for her inflammatory words.

The teacher, who has been identified in various media reports as Samantha Ness, works at Alliance Education Center in Rosemount, Minnesota. According to the school’s directory, she works in the school’s Students With Unique Needs program, supervising students with autism spectrum disorders, developmental cognitive disabilities, and emotional behavior disorders.

Over the weekend, as Brett Kavanaugh was being confirmed as an associate justice to the Supreme Court, she tweeted “So whose gonna take one for the team and kill Kavanaugh?”

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The tweet was later deleted and the account deactivated, but a screenshot of the tweet, and her profile picture, began to circulate.

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After her identity began circulating online, Ness also deleted her Facebook page.

Now, the school district that employs Samantha Ness has announced that she has been placed on administrative leave. In a statement released on Monday, the district made the announcement.

“Over the weekend, the district has received a complaint regarding an employee,” the statement said. “The employee has been placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. Pursuant with the data practices act, we are limited to providing additional information regarding this matter. ”

The Dakota County Sheriff’s Office also released a statement via Twitter, stating they are not investigating the matter themselves, but the local office of the FBI is aware of the matter.

The FBI has not made a statement about the matter.

Samantha Ness has not made any public statements since the controversy exploded.

Even if she wasn’t completely serious, a prosecution would not be unheard of. The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports that the Minnesota Attorney General has prosecuted two people for social media threats against federal judges in recent years.

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Source: TownHall.com, WCCO


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