We broke the story yesterday about the threats. Real sweet ‘joke’
Via Free Beacon:
The CEO of a San Diego-based cyber security firm has resigned after he publicly threatened to kill President-elect Donald Trump amid last week’s election results.
Matt Harrigan, the chief executive of PacketSled, wrote on his personal Facebook page that he was “going to kill the the president-elect,” a local Fox affiliate reported.
Screenshots posted on Reddit captured Harrigan’s statements against Trump.
“[G]etting a sniper rifle and perching myself where it counts. Find a bedroom in the whitehouse [sic] that suits you motherfucker. I’ll find you,” Harrigan wrote.
After the message was posted on Facebook, the CEO was quick to apologize on his company’s website. Harrigan claimed his post was meant as a “joke.”