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Trump Appointee Blasted Over Obama-Bashing Tweets - There's Just One Problem

A Trump appointee is being forced to answer for some offensive comments that he's made about Barack Obama in the past.

William C Bradford, who works in the Department of Energy as Director of the Office of Indian Energy, has come under fire after an online account linked to his IP address was associated with abusive comments towards former U.S. President Barack Obama. However, Bradford seems to be denying the allegations, blaming the collection of cruel comments on “cyber-attacks and internet crimes.”

The comments in question were posted from a Disqus account, ‘disqus_D1lOaaNLc9’ and have been connected to Bradford by Google cache and IP data. The Disqus account was first used to attack Mr. Obama on ‘The Daily Wire’, where the user declared that the 44th President of the United States was “the son of a fourth-rate p&*n actress and w@!re.”

When investigators traced the account’s activity further back, they discovered that the Disqus account had also been used to comment on the notorious ‘Birther’ movement, with the user writing: “As you can see, it is easy to manufacture a birth certificate, but Obama has never allowed anyone to review the alleged piece of paper the PDF file is based upon, and Hawaii officials admit there is no such paper. Here is a manufactured 'birth certificate' showing the Obama was in fact one of three triplets born that day in Hawaii.”

When no one engaged with these comments, the anonymous user commented again, writing: “…there is also no doubt that Obama was either not eligible because his father was Obama Sr, and thus Obama did not have two US citizen parents, or Obama's father was Frank Davis but Obama was born in Kenya. The 'birth certificate' released online 5 years ago is an obvious fake, and every intellectually honest person knows that…Obama isn't eligible, and if we are going to accept that he is then we've modified the Constitution by practice, and to hold Cruz to a higher standard would be a political, rather than a legal, decision.”

The most recent comment from the aggressive commenter was in response to an article that discussed Obama and Hillary Clinton’s proposed plans to accept higher refugee intake. The unnamed user menacingly responded in the comments section: "That's why we have the 2nd Amendment."

Bradford has a dubious record when it comes to his online habits. The current Energy Department director was widely rebuked earlier this year when he referred to Mr. Obama as “Kenyan creampuff,” and called Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, a “little arrogant self-hating Jew.” After the Washington Post reported on Bradford’s early statements, the director apologized and referred to his comments as “inexcusable.”

In response to the allegations against him, Bradford has responded with an evasive statement, telling reporters from CNN: “I cannot comment on an ongoing federal investigation into multiple cyber attacks and internet crimes committed against me over the past several years, to include email intrusions, hacking, and impostors in social media.” Both the FBI and Department of Energy have refused to comment on the ongoing investigation.

Source: NY Daily News
Photo: OAN, YouTube

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