POLITICS 04/04/2018 03:53 am ET “Calm down and think before you spout off on serious issues,” wrote one commenter. By Lee Moran 7.3k 33 Donald Trump Jr. sparked anger online after he used Tuesday’s fatal shooting at YouTube’s headquarters in San Bruno, California, as an excuse to bash liberals. San Diego resident Nasim Aghdam, 39, allegedly shot several people with a handgun before killing herself on Tuesday afternoon. A motive for the shooting is still under investigation. In the wake of the attack, President Donald Trump’s eldest son wrote this muddled message on Twitter: You think there’s any chance whatsoever that a mass shooters hateful Instagram and YouTube channels would be pulled immediately if they were NRA members as opposed to liberal Vegan PETA activists? Asking for a few million friends in the @NRA— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) April 4, 2018 The post drew ire from fellow tweeters, who criticized Trump Jr. for politicizing the incident and for offering up comment when the full circumstances were still unknown: Three people were just shot and the President’s son is railing against Vegans on Twitter…— Breetbort (@Breetbort) April 4, 2018 What the hell is the matter with you. Calm down and think before… Read full this story
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