Trump Accuses Joe Scarborough of Murder in Unhinged Tweets

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Lunatic Trump pushes conspiracy theory about TV host Joe Scarborough murdering Lori Klausutis, a staffer who died in his office when he was a Republican congressman


Title from YouTube: “Tech writer calls for Twitter to remove Trump tweets”

Description from YouTube: “In a new column for the NYT, tech writer Kara Swisher is calling for Twitter to remove ‘vile conspiracy theory’ tweets from the president. The Morning Joe panel discusses in detail”. Aired on 05/26/2020.


Trump pushes murder conspiracy theory about TV host Joe Scarborough

Trump suggested via Twitter the MSNBC host killed a woman in 2001 when he was a Republican congressman and she was one of his staffers.

Per the above article; “The deceased woman, Lori Klausutis, was found by investigators to have died after hitting her head during a fall in Scarborough’s office, triggered by an abnormal heart rhythm.


The Malignant Cruelty of Donald Trump

Some people will argue that Trump’s promotion of this conspiracy theory is just his latest distraction, a shiny object to pull our focus away from the human and economic cost of COVID-19. Maybe. But I’m not at all convinced that this will help Trump politically.

Per the above article; “I’m asking you to intervene in this instance because the President of the United States has taken something that does not belong to him—the memory of my dead wife—and perverted it for perceived political gain.”

There may be a more damning thing that’s been said about an American president, but none immediately comes to mind.

This sentence is from a heartbreaking May 21 letter written by Timothy Klausutis to Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter, asking Dorsey to delete a series of tweets by Donald Trump. Klausutis is the widower of Lori Kaye Klausutis, who died nearly 20 years ago. (Timothy Klausutis, who never remarried, still lives in the house he shared with his wife.) The autopsy conducted at the time of Lori’s death confirmed that it was an accident; she had fainted as the result of a heart condition, hitting her head on a desk. There’s not a thimble of evidence of foul play.”


Full Letter from Jack Dorsey, Phd

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