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Ex-CNN Employee Threatens Kellyanne Conway; Twitter Does NOT Suspend Account


Reza Aslan who is a former employee of CNN made threatening comments directed at Kellyanne Conway on Twitter over the weekend in response to the horrific mass shootings. The comments were met with no action from the far-left platform.


Shortly after the shootings, Conway took to Twitter and tweeted, "We need to come together, America. Finger-pointing, name-calling & screaming with your keyboards is easy, yet... It solves not a single problem, saves not a single life. Working as one to understand depraved evil & to eradicate hate is everyone’s duty. Unity. Let’s do this."


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Of course the Left immediately did just the opposite of what Conway called for. Ex-CNN employee Aslan responded by saying, "You are 'the depraved evil' we need to eradicate." Keep in mind that the radical Democrat was fired by CNN for previous comments he made on Twitter.

According to the Daily Wire, "A Twitter official, who was not authorized to speak publicly on the matter, told The Daily Wire, "this tweet does not break our rules at this time.""

In addition to threatening members of the Trump administration, Democrats have also used the mass shootings to pin the blame on President Trump.

Former Vice President Joe Biden said: "We can’t fix a problem if we refuse to name it: white nationalism. An ideology emboldened by a president who stokes the flames of hatred and coddles white supremacists with messages of support," Biden said. "We must do what Trump won’t: condemn this evil and eradicate it from our society."

Biden seemed to not realize that President Trump did in fact condemn the evil act.

"Today’s shooting in El Paso, Texas was not only tragic, it was an act of cowardice. I know that I stand with everyone in this Country to condemn today’s hateful act," Trump said. "There are no reasons or excuses that will ever justify killing innocent people. Melania and I send our heartfelt thoughts and prayers to the people of Texas," he said shortly after the shooting.

The President later announced that the American flags at all federal buildings would be lowered to half-staff and also promised action.

"We cannot let those killed in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio die in vain," Trump tweeted on Monday. "Likewise for those so seriously wounded. We can never forget them, and those many who came before them."

"Republicans and Democrats must come together and get strong background checks, perhaps marrying this legislation with desperately needed immigration reform," he added. "We must have something good, if not GREAT, come out of these two tragic events!"

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