UNREAL: Another anti-gun nut tries – and fails – to destroy the career and reputation of a pro-gun rights citizen

A small – but we’ll take it! – dose of justice has been served against a rogue government employee in Alaska who reportedly left a nasty note on the vehicle windshield of a local citizen who had affixed a pro-Second Amendment emblem on the back of his tailgate.

Marti Buscaglia, who reportedly resigned from her position in shame just three days after she was suspended for 15 days without pay, decided that it would be a good idea to bully and intimidate Brent Linegar – on the taxpayers’ dime, no less – over a “Black Rifles Matter” sticker, which Buscaglia found personally “offensive.”

“Please do not park this truck with that offensive sticker in this parking lot” were the threatening words that Buscaglia wrote on one of her business cards, which she apparently took a photo of, and later inappropriately and maliciously posted on the State of Alaska’s website, as well as on its social media pages.

When Linegar eventually caught wind of what Buscaglia had done, he, too, went public with his own photos and description of what Buscaglia had done – which quickly sparked a firestorm of public outrage over this gross abuse of public privilege.

“In addition to Buscaglia leaving her business card with a demand that Linegar park elsewhere, a second business card from Chief Probation Officer Kendall Rhyne was also left on his truck,” reports John Boch from The Truth About Guns.

“Was Rhyne the gun-toting muscle behind Buscaglia in trying to bully Linegar to park elsewhere? Neither responded to an email asking for comment.”

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Ideological nutcases like Marti Buscaglia do NOT belong in government positions

It took a few days, but the Alaska Commission for Human Rights, of which Buscaglia had been Executive Director, ultimately decided to suspend Buscaglia from her position for 15 days without pay, beginning on April 9.

It was an overwhelming 5 – 2 vote in favor of punishing Buscaglia for her inappropriate actions, with one of the “no” votes indicating that the only reason he opposed her suspension is because he wanted her permanently fired.

“If a bumper sticker can incite a call to ban one from a parking lot, cost them their livelihood and ostracize them as an outcast, I can only imagine the anger that someone has to be carrying to follow such a path about a total stranger,” wrote Linegar in a statement following Buscaglia’s suspension, which should have been a permanent termination.

“This is who she is and a slap on the wrist is not going to change her ideology. When she was hired or appointed, she wasn’t even qualified for the job,” he added.

Fortunately for the good of humanity, Buscaglia quickly resigned in disgrace, claiming that she had been “contemplating retirement for a while now,” adding that she suddenly and conveniently came to the conclusion that “the time has come.”

Marti Buscaglia had previously been caught lying about her credentials, education

Interestingly enough, Buscaglia appears to have an extensive history of inappropriate behavior, including her previously failed effort to become the publisher for the Orange County Register, a local newspaper in southern California.

According to reports, Buscaglia lied about her educational qualifications, falsely claiming that she had graduated from Universidad de Lima (University of Lima) in Peru.

“Time will tell if Ms. Buscaglia has learned her lesson about treading on the rights of others,” Boch concludes in his article.

“In the meantime, Brenton Linegar stands as an example of how little people can push back against government employees trying to bully people into surrendering their constitutional rights.”

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