Wow! What a numbnut (and I don’t use that name lightly). Last week, after Hillary Clinton sorely lost to Donald J. Trump,some guy who is the CEO of PacketSled, Matt Harrigan, posted some very angry comments that have him in hot water. He plotted to KILL President-elect Trump with a sniper rifle through his social media and now has been forced out of his company.
Liberals just don’t know how to behave! Here is what he actually posted on his ‘Private’ Facebook page. This is a good lesson for EVERYONE to know if it goes on your computer—- it’s NOT PRIVATE!
The posts read:
“I’m going to kill the President Elect”
“Bring it Secret Service”
“Nope getting a sniper rifle and perching myself where it counts. Find a bedroom that suits you in the WhiteHouse mother***er and I’ll find you”
“In no uncertain terms America f*** you, f*** off”
Just so you know, Matt Harrigan isn’t a high school dropout or a meth user. He is a security industry veteran. He invented and popularized the practice of commercial penetration testing in Kevin Poulsen’s NY Times best selling book “Kingpin.” He is the former president of NSS Labs, the industry’s leading security product performance laboratory. And even before that had many important and prominent jobs. Until this week he was serving as the Chairman of Critical Assets, a security hotbed that The Pentagon looks to for innovative security concepts, and was the CEO of Packetsled, leading the charge on the next generation of big data security analytics solutions.
Sadly, this dude forgot what ‘security’ is for and crossed onto the other side of security threat when he posted to his Facebook account that he plans on buying a sniper rifle and killing Donald Trump. His family must be very very proud… I sure hope he doesn’t breed.
.@mattharrigan FYI: We’re preparing a story on your assassination plot to murder President-elect Trump. Prepare for all hell to break loose
— Amy Moreno (@VivaLaAmes) November 13, 2016
Interestingly enough this guy is buddies with higher ups in the CIA:
Almost immediately he started getting messages that this ‘joke’ he posted was about to get really serious and then his own company must have felt the pressure and asked him to resign. No one wants to hire a company with people THIS dumb:
PacketSled Accepts Matthew Harrigan Resignation: pic.twitter.com/ukwLdeO9YO
— packetsled (@packetsled) November 15, 2016
The news picked it up immediately and then it went viral: