By CBS13 Staff

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A law firm says a Sacramento County supervisor who posted comments on social media about Trump supporters didn’t violate county policies.

A complaint was previously filed by three county employees against Supervisor Phil Serna after he posted comments on Facebook described as “slurs” about Trump supporters.

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In the scathing Facebook post, Phil Serna wrote “If you are a supporter of Donald Trump, you’re dead to me. You don’t matter. You are irrelevant. You are a traitor. Hope that’s clear.”

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In a 25-page report released Wednesday, the law firm concluded that claims against Serna were unsubstantiated because his remarks were not directed to any specific county employees.

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In January after the complaint was filed, Serna issued a statement calling the complaint “entirely meritless.”