BREAKING: Lowlife Kansas Democrat, Aaron Coleman, Who Admitted To Sending Revenge Porn of a 13-Year-Old Girl Wins Election

 

A Democrat who has admitted to sending revenge porn images of a naked 13-year-old won election to the Kansas Legislature on Tuesday, leading him to send a tweet that has some in his party trying to distance themselves from him.

Aaron Coleman, 20, won the contest for the 37th House District in Kansas, getting 3,496 votes.

His was the only name on the ballot after he defeated incumbent Democratic state Rep. Stan Frownfelter in an August primary in which his margin of victory was 14 votes.

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His general election margin was wider. Although Frownfelter ran a write-in campaign, only 2,013 write-in votes were cast, according to the Wyandotte County Board of Elections.

On the day after the election, in a since-deleted tweet, Coleman wrote Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly would face an “extremely bloody” Democratic primary in two years and that “I’m not playing around. People will realize one day when I call a hit out on you it’s real,” according to The Associated Press.

Coleman said he meant to use the term “political hit.”

“Obviously I should have moved away from the word ‘hit,’” he said.

“There are people out there who will intentionally try to misinterpret anything you say,” Coleman said. “It’s fine. I’m not worried about it. Really, at this point, nobody can really stop me.”

But Democrats might still try.

Kelly spokeswoman Lauren Fitzgerald fired back at the Coleman tweet about a “hit,” saying, “Aaron Coleman is unfit to serve in the Legislature.”

Democratic Kansas House Minority Leader Tom Sawyer called the tweet “threatening the governor.”

Coleman is not the least concerned.

“My tweets were a political call for action for progressives to run against establishment candidates,” he said, according to The New York Times. “Many of my constituents have agreed with the statement and actually read my tweets in their whole context.”

But some have said they have already had enough.

“Kansas House Democrats will take every necessary step to ensure Coleman is not seated in the Legislature,” Sawyer said. “With Republican cooperation, I believe we can resolve this issue and find a replacement who is competent, stable and principled to serve the 37th District.”

But there is a process for such things, Richard E. Levy, a professor of constitutional law at the University of Kansas, told The Times.

That begins with a complaint, and then an investigation, and then a two-thirds House vote, which would require Republicans to join forces with Democrats.

“It’s possible that he could make his case to the House of Representatives that he should not be removed or expelled based on conduct that occurred some time in the past,” he said. “And ultimately it would just depend on the vote.”

Coleman said he will not be booted.

“Until I break the public’s trust and I break my oath of office, you know, you cannot undo the results of democracy,” he said.

The 20-year-old has also issued a stream of post-election tweets promoting his socialist agenda and mocking his critics.

Coleman first garnered national political attention when, after his primary win, it was revealed that he had admitted to harassing girls in middle school and had circulated a nude photo of one 13-year-old girl.

He has also said he would “giggle” if a former Republican state legislator who is now a radio show host were to die from COVID-19.

Kati Hampton, 20, of Kansas City, Kansas, who said she was the individual whose nude photo was disseminated online by Coleman when she would not send him more pictures, has said Coleman does not belong in office.

“I don’t think somebody who’s done what he’s done needs to be in any position of power,” she said, according to The Times.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

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