Sweetwater Museum Director Resigns Amid 'Republicans Should Die' Facebook Post
SWEETWATER, TX – The embattled Executive Director of the Pioneer Museum in Sweetwater submitted her resignation as of 5 p.m. Friday after posting Republican voters should die on Facebook on election day.
According to a statement from the president of the board of directors of the museum, Melonnie Hicks submitted her resignation Friday.
As we reported earlier, Hicks posted "I hope every single one of you pieces of s**t that votes republican, dies today."
The post went viral sparking a huge controversy.
Board President Matt Counts said in a press release Friday, “While we do not condone in any way the statements made by Ms. Hicks, we do recognize and thank her for her many years of excellent service to this Museum and to this community."
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