This Is What Happened To CEO Of Cyber Security Start-up After He...

This Is What Happened To CEO Of Cyber Security Start-up After He Threatens To Assassinate Donald Trump!

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America has a lot of idiots and schmucks! Look at this one, how on earth he become CEO of a company with so little brain in his head?!

But let’s go slow. So, this guy, Matt Harrigan from small town near San Diego, CEO of a company named Packet Sled, just publicly pledged that he is going to kill Donald Trump with a sniper?!

Oh god! Why, why man, how on earth is this possible, how stupid is this man?!

According to

The founder and CEO of a cyber security firm resigned after he threatened to kill president-elect Donald Trump on Facebook.

Matt Harrigan, who started PacketSled in 2013, wrote on election night, ‘I’m going to kill the president. Elect’, according to screenshots posted to Reddit after his Facebook account was deleted. Harrigan, who also wrote about ‘getting a sniper rifle and perching myself where it counts,’ apologized for his statements and stepped down from the company Monday.

On Tuesday, Harrigan first wrote about killing the president-elect on Facebook before adding: ‘Bring it secret service.’ When someone said he ‘just need[ed] to get high’, Harrigan responded: ‘Nope, getting a sniper rifle and perching myself where it counts.

‘Find a bedroom in the whitehouse that suits you motherf***er. I’ll find you,’ he wrote.

He also wrote: ‘In no uncertain terms, f*** you America. Seriously. F*** off.’ Packetsled, which is based in Del Mar, about miles north of San Diego, California, was flooded with one-star reviews complaining about Harrigan on Google.

On Sunday, Harrigan issued an apology on Twitter, writing: ‘My humble apologies that a flawed joke has become public/out of context.

‘My poor judgement [sic] does not represent the views of @packetsled.”

He continued: ‘Customers, investors or the officers of PacketSled, I have no malicious intention toward the #POTUS and apologize to all for my lack of judgement [sic] and offensive commentary. I wish you all well.’ The company issued a statement on Sunday, saying they reported the information to the Secret Service.

An agent overseeing San Diego declined to comment, the Union-Tribune reported.

Threatening the president and successors to the presidency can result in felony charges under US law. Packetsled initially said Harrigan was put on administrative leave, before Harrigan submitted his resignation on Monday.

The company said: ‘The PacketSled Board of Directors accepted the resignation of President and CEO Matthew Harrigan, effective immediately.

‘We want to be very clear, PacketSled does not condone the comments made by Mr. Harrigan, which do not reflect the views or opinions of the company, its employees, investors or partners.’

We should be smart and learn to tolerate other ideology and political views! Violence and racist and homophobe and other hate speech should be avoided!

All this people who made mistakes like this are wasting resources, out security forces should fight ISIS and other terrorists not this schmucks!

Trump is going to be our best president so far, we have to protect him from all danger, now he is part of America, he has to be safe to do his job!

He and his family are going to be safe, we have the best police and the best security guards and secret service officers!

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