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600 Death Threats Against President Trump Discovered on Twitter



Document the Left’s database now includes 600 death threats against President Trump, the sitting Commander in Chief, on Twitter. The moderators of this database reached out to Big League Politics Tuesday to explain that some of the tweets are being deleted in real time, but they are still archived.

Look at the list of 600 tweets, which are horrifying. The specific locations of the president should not be posted by people seeking or wishing death upon the Commander in Chief in real time, especially in a time of global war.

Here is the List:

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It is a horrifying, repugnant list indeed.

Big League Politics filed the following report on October 29, after which Twitter did a quick round of 57 account suspensions. But many of the threats remained up: “179 Death Threats Against President Trump Are Live On Twitter…Real Time Updated List.”

View the original list here. Some of the examples are still up.

179 Death Threats Against President Trump Are Live On Twitter…Real Time Updated List

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