Mark Kessler, the Gilberton Police Chief who became a sensation after his profanity-laden anti-libtard John Kerry-hating pro-gun YouTube videos went viral, had his suspension extended indefinitely by the Gilberton City Council on Friday.
Kessler was unable to meet with the city for a resolution due to his attorney’s scheduling conflict. The Council voted to keep Kessler’s suspension, but hoped to resolve the matter soon, so as not to keep paying an off-duty police chief.
At a previous council meeting, some of Kessler’s gun-toting supporters showed up; they were absent this time around.
In addition to angry speeches about the United Nations and the Second Amendment, Kessler is seen in his videos not only firing automatic weapons at pictures of Secretary of State John Kerry and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, but also at council vice-president Eric Boxer and council president Daniel Malloy.
Kessler maintained that his videos are political speech, but a movement has gathered 23,000 signatures to have him removed from office. “You can’t have a police chief that intimidates at least half of the population,” the group’s executive director Michael Morrill said.
Watch Kessler’s original videos below:
Watch the report from WBRE below:
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