The lawmaker of a state demanding a resignation in Illinois after resigning, wanted to confuse the "Legionella stock" bacterium to infect the "dear" of his Republican colleague.
Stephanie Kifowit, GOP Rep. According to Peter Breen, he discussed the fact that they helped those who had died at the Parliament's appearance.
The Republican raised the question and the costs of the plan, the Republican Gov. About Bruce Rauner vetoed. As a result, the civilian state has called for the payment of compensation of $ 100,000 and $ 2 million, according to Chicago Sun-Times.
"And yes, it seems that personal injury will be a bandit as a bandit, when they go to the General Assembly wherever they go," said Breen.
This asked the Democrat, who supported the proposal, to get him out.
"I would like the Lombard representative to make a legionnaire broth and throw it into his beloved water system to be infected, as they may be abused, sitting and suffering, instead of being treated with aspirin and ultimately killing him," he said.
"I would like the Lombard Representative to make a legionnaire broth and throw it into his beloved water system to be infected, as long as they can be abused, sitting and bored, instead of being treated with aspirin and ultimately dying."
From his microphone, Breen wanted him to accuse Kifowit of his family's death.
Later, Kifowit, veteran of Marine Corps, Twitter and the floor sent his comments misunderstood and "seemed pretty" to "hypothetically talk about your family".
Jeanne Ives of the Republican Republic also unexpectedly took note of Kifowit's announcement, the Chicago Tribune reported.
"How do you dare? How will you give me permission to prepare a legionnaire and feed it to your family?" Said Ives. "How can you dare to debate the controversy over controversy with debate and debate, because the victims and the Americans cause a great deal of cost on both sides? How can you dare to make a sincere debate about a problem and then my colleague Peter Breen, his wife and two children? to accept it ".
In a tweet, the Republican Party of Illinois called for resignation.
The Illinois House of Representatives later voted 71-36 to refuse Rauner's veto, Sun-Times reported. This year's bills contributed to the families of the months and 14s, in 280 miles of Illinois in Chicago Illinois, in Quincy.
At least a dozen courts have claimed that the state has been fighting against illicit diseases since 2015, since the end of the Civil War.