Kathy Griffin Tossed In Jail By Twitter Police, She Must Delete Trump Death Tweets To Get Back on Platform

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Kathy Griffin just got tossed in jail by the Twitter police and she must delete her nasty tweets calling for Trump’s death or else.

She has to delete the Tweets before she is allowed by on Twitter. Don Trump Jr. agrees and hit back hard today after she attacked President Trump.

“I don’t think past their prime comedians who tweet stupid things should be banned on here, but next time @twitter @jack bans a conservative for saying something not PC, just remember they have no problem with Dems making death threats against realDonaldTrump on their platform,” he tweeted out correctly.

We will all wait and see if any action is taken against Kathy. Responding to a tweet by CNN’s Jim Acosta Kathy said:

“Syringe with nothing but air inside it would do the trick. F*CK TRUMP.” Nice, huh? When confronted by the Washington Examiner, Kathy doubled down: “I SURE DID, F*CKER. #TrumpLiedPeopleDied”

From The Washington Examiner:

Comedienne Kathy Griffin must delete her tweets calling for violence against President Trump or get stuck in Twitter jail.

A Twitter spokeswoman confirmed to the Washington Examiner on Wednesday that Griffin’s initial tweet, advocating for somebody to plunge an air-filled syringe into Trump, violates company rules on abusive behavior.

“We’ve required the account owner to delete it before continuing back to Twitter,” the spokeswoman said in an email.

On Tuesday, Griffin tweeted about plunging a syringe “with nothing but air inside it” into Trump in reaction to a tweet from CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta that noted how the president pondered whether he should be given an insulin regimen at a White House diabetes event.

“It would do the trick,” she said, before adding, “F— TRUMP.”

In medical procedures, air accidentally injected into the body’s bloodstream through syringes or IVs can cause air embolisms, which can be fatal.

In response to a Washington Examiner tweet for its report on her tweet, which noted that stabbing someone with a syringe filled with air could be fatal, Griffin said she “sure did” advocate for the president to be stabbed with such a device.

Griffin ended her quote tweet with “#TrumpLiedPeopleDied,” a common social media hashtag used by the president’s critics blaming him for a poor response to the coronavirus pandemic, which has been tied to nearly 100,000 deaths in the United States.

The Washington Examiner also reached out to the Secret Service about Griffin’s tweets but has not yet been given a response.

Twitter had been facing mounting pressure to take action against Griffin, including from Trump’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr. He took aim at Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, saying the company had “no problem with Dems making death threats” against his father. This happened as the president and his allies have castigated the social media platform for putting a fact-checking label on two of his tweets about mail-in voting on Tuesday.