MSNBC’s Ed Schultz has probably learned a valuable lesson about Twitter after apparently tweeting a message about the holocaust on Monday.
A tweet doesn’t go away once it’s deleted.
An image of a webpage that declared thousands of gays were persecuted in Nazi Germany was tweeted from his @edshow Twitter account, but deleted twenty minutes later.
Twitter user Calle_Elefante took a screen shot of the message and shared it with the world:
@Matthops82 Checkout this tweet Ed sent out and then deleted quickly. pic.twitter.com/1kPo6UejRJ
— Elefante (@Calle_Elefante) May 12, 2014
Many were stunned by the proclamation, tweeting these responses:
Then there was this tweet, making a reference to comments made by Eleanor Clift about Ambassador Chris Stevens who was killed during the Benghazi consulate attack:
— Conservative Hick (@ConservativeHic) May 12, 2014
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