I am calling on the Missouri Senate to go into special session in conjunction with Veto Session, with the goal of expelling Senator Chappelle-Nadal from the body under the authority vested to the Senate under Article III, Section 18 of the Missouri Constitution.
"The recent inflammatory comments made by Senator Chappelle-Nadal are unacceptable and unbefitting conduct of a Missouri State Senator", the letter reads.
The Democratic state senator in Missouri has faced pressure to resign but she says she has no intention to leave her post. Claire McCaskill called the comment "outrageous" and said Chappelle-Nadal should step down. However, she also made it clear that she did not intend on resigning from her post.
"We saw violence a week and a half ago in Charlottesville in which someone actually died because of violent speech and violent behavior on the part of the neo-Nazis who support Donald Trump", she noted. For Chappelle-Nadal, first elected to the Senate in 2010, the 2018 regular session would be her last because of term limits.
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Displaying a stunning level of hypocrisy, even for a Democrat, Chappelle-Nadal called herself "a servant of God", and spoke of Jesus Christ in begging forgiveness, according to Fox News. We can not allow someone such as a State Senator who knowingly knew her position, took it for granted and used that to say whatever she wanted against our current President of the United States. It was not too long ago when comedian Kathy Griffin posted a photo of her holding what appeared to be a severed head of Trump, heavily reminiscent of the terrorist group ISIS. She continues to say she will not step down. And I'm not ever going to make a mistake like again.
The second largest newspaper in Missouri - Chappelle-Nadal's hometown newspaper, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch - expressed the same sentiments.
But the Democrat, who has faced a deafening chorus of critics insisting she should resign, did not indicate any willingness to do so. He added he would move to remove Chappelle-Nadal from any appointments over which he has jurisdiction.
Chappelle-Nadal has been defiant when asked if she'll depart before then. This led to widespread backlash from the community and others who saw her post. That politician would have been forced to resign immediately and it would be on the 24-hour news cycle for days on end.