VILE: Liberals On Twitter Gleefully Wish For President Trump To Die From Coronavirus

From the moment Trump announced that he and First Lady Melania had been diagnosed with having COVID-19, liberals on Twitter began posting vile messages hoping Trump would die.

It’s the sort of thing the media would have lost their minds over if conservatives had done it to a Democrat president, but since it’s Trump, they don’t really care.

Newsweek pointed out that these messages violated Twitter’s rules:

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After president Trump revealed he tested positive for COVID-19, Twitter policy was being tested: what to do when users say they hope he dies?

Much of the discourse about the president’s diagnoses happened on Twitter, with users reacting to the headline-grabbing news in real-time. Trump himself chose that platform to make the announcement—a post that has become his most liked tweet ever.

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And after all, the platform’s own hateful conduct policy appears resolute on the matter, saying that “wishing, hoping or calling for serious harm on a person”—including “hoping that someone dies as a result of a serious disease”—is against the rules.

Take a look at the left’s hatred below. This is who they are:

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Can you imagine having such hatred in your heart? Even if they don’t like Trump, you would think they would at least care about our country and its well being.


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