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EARLE, Ark. — A volunteer firefighter with the Earle Fire Department is off the job after a Facebook post that said professional athletes who protest during games should be “shot in the head.”

Jonathan Marotti was fired as a result of his personal Facebook post, the department’s chief confirmed.

Marotti’s post said that “trump should post snipers at the game and each player that takes a knee or sits in the lockerroom should b shot in the head.”

He continued that “obama lovin snowflakes” should be “shot on sight.”

The Earle Fire Department is a volunteer service. Firefighters are paid by the call.

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