Immediately following the Senate vote to confirm Justice Brett Kavanaugh, the unhinged Left used social media to vent their anger and hate for President Trump, Justice Kavanaugh and for the Republican Senator, Susan Collins for casting the deciding vote to confirm Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

We took a screenshot of one especially vile tweet, that was allegedly made by a special needs teacher’s assistant by the name of Samantha Ness. In her tweet, Ness made a public call to Twitter users, asking them who would “take one for the team” and “kill Kavanaugh?”.

After she was called out for threating the life of Justice Kavanaugh, “Spooky Sam” replied: Brett Kavanaugh will be dealing with death threats for the rest of his life being on the Supreme Court. I doubt my mid-west ass is a real threat.

We’ve got news for “Spooky Sam,” Supreme Court Justices do not always deal with death threats, especially public threats only hours after they’re confirmed.

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It was later revealed that Samantha Ness is a special needs teacher’s assistant in Rosemount, MN at the Alliance Education Center. According to their website, the Alliance Education Center is a school for students from ages 5-21 who have special needs.

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Ness is exactly the kind of hate-filled leftist that shouldn’t be allowed anywhere near children, much less special needs children. In the tweet below, Ness claims she agrees “with the @ChurchofSatan on pretty much everything.”

One of Ness’ tweets led us to her Instagram account. (Both accounts have since been deleted).

Here’s what her profile looked like before she deleted it:

We’ve covered the face of her boyfriend and comments made by friends to protect their privacy.

Ness included her phone number in this tweet for anyone who wanted to contact her about how to acheive her hair color. We have covered her phone number that appears in the post.

According to KSTP News, the FBI is looking into the tweet.

Dakota County Sheriff Tim Leslie said his office is not investigating because the tweet was reportedly sent from a home not located in Dakota County.

A retired FBI agent claims her threat falls under the Federal crime, “Conspiracy to Murder a Federal Judge”.

Mark Zuzek, superintendent of Intermediate School District 917, which is located in Rosemount, made the following statement regarding the school employee:

On Sunday, October 7, 2018, the district began receiving complaints regarding an employee.  The actions of the employee did not occur at school, and there were no school devices, equipment, or other school staff involved in the actions.  At no time were students or staff in danger.  The employee was placed on paid administrative leave and an investigation conducted. 

The employee has voluntarily resigned from their position with the school district, and therefore is no longer employed by Intermediate School District 917.

Pursuant with the Minnesota Data Practices Act, we are limited to providing additional information regarding this matter. 

Mark A. Zuzek


According to KARE11, the FBI has since confirmed awareness of the post by Ness, and that the bureau is “looking into” the threat. What’s more, Zuzek confirmed to KARE11 that the district received many calls and complaints by parents over the last few days about Ness’s tweet.

Ness has yet to make a public statement, in the wake of her suspension.


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