A representative of the sheriff in Virginia was fired because the authorities said his account posted “disturbing comments” on conservative social media sites.
The Washington Post reported that the Prince William County Sheriff’s Office announced the shooting on Saturday.
The former deputy said he did not comment and his account was hacked.
Prince William Sheriff Glendale Hill said that after he became aware of this comment on Christmas morning, he immediately launched an internal investigation.
These remarks promoted violence, including violence against the Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court John Roberts, including allowing the dismissal of cases that attempt to overturn the results of the presidential election.
Hill told the Washington Post: “I found them very mean, which is why I took the action I took.”
Agent Aaron Hoffman told the newspaper that he did not make these comments. He said the account he opened on the Parler website was hacked.
Hoffman said: “I did not publish these posts.” “I want to figure out who did it.”
Hoffman worked in the county sheriff’s office for 15 years. He said he closed his Parler account after he discovered suspicious activity in the email.
He refused to give him the news and said that he planned to consult with a lawyer about the dismissal.