Trump Bashing Mayor Dies In A Tragic Accident

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Recently, a California mayor made some very hateful comments on social media comparing Trump supporters to members of the KKK. He later said he would resign as mayor because of all the heat he received. However, he never got the chance.

Auburn Mayor Bill Kirby was killed in a place crash Saturday, according to reports. His body was identified as the deceased after a small plane went down near Auburn Airport just after 11 a.m. Saturday morning, as reported by FOX 40 Sacramento.

The only other person aboard the plane apparently survived but there is currently no information about the person’s identity or medical condition.

Kirby, who was a pilot himself as well as a physician, took heat from Auburn residents earlier this week during a video conducted city council meeting.

In one of the posts the mayor allegedly shared, he shows a picture of a Ku Klux Klan hood with the caption, “Good news for Trump supporters is that most of them already have masks.” The post was quickly taken down, but not before the damage was already done.

Kirby accused President Trump for being responsible for a lack of proper gear and testing capabilities in his work as a physician. He said,“This president has put us all at risk.”

During the video meeting, officials listened to a string of voicemails from residents infuriated by Kirby’s online posts.

According to FOX 40, one voicemail said, “These comments are hateful, degrading, bigoted and more consistent with the mentality of a 15-year-old.”

The mayor did appear remorseful when he talked about the posts during the meeting, realizing the impact it had on his position as mayor he said,“I spent 40 years dedicating my life to serving the community of Auburn as a physician and through my volunteer efforts. Am I perfect? No. We’re all a little flawed.”

Kirby announced his plan to step down as mayor at the next council meeting on April 27.

The plane crash is currently being investigated by the National Transport Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration.

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