A Trump-hating liberal in Seattle has gone into hiding on social media after posting a vile comment about the tragic deaths of a 9-year-old girl and her father.
The South Carolina man and his daughter were killed while hunting, when a fellow hunter mistook them for a deer.
Responding to a tweet from NBC News about the story, a Twitter account identified by MYNorthwest.com as belonging to Lana Kiossovski said: “1.5 less MAGAbilly’s in the world. At least they died supporting their beloved 2nd Amendment.”
Ironically, Kiossovski’s Twitter account reportedly listed her as a “humanitarian.”
The NBC article doesn’t mention politics and MYNorthwest reported that there’s no indication that the family supports President Donald Trump.
All of which suggests Kiossovski assumed they were Trump supporters because they were white southerners who were out hunting — such stereotyping is now politically correct in post-Obama America.
The news outlet said Kiossovski is “in digital hiding, pulling her Twitter, Instagram and Facebook accounts and not responding to requests for comment.”
She was also identified as the business partner behind Saint John’s Bar and Eatery in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Jason Rantz, the host of “The Jason Rantz Show” on AM 770 KTTH, wrote: “While I think doxxing is wrong (her home address and phone number should be off-limits), I do think it’s kosher to call her out for being a garbage human being. And choosing not to contribute to a business that adds to her wealth is appropriate.”
After a dad and his daughter were tragically killed during a hunting trip, one Seattle restaurateur tweeted: “1.5 less MAGAbilly’s in the world.” Now, she’s in digital hiding. https://t.co/hpiZgH37DA
— (((Jason Rantz))) on KTTH Radio (@jasonrantz) January 6, 2020
MyNorthwest included an update saying the business owner Val Kiossovski said in an email that while the tweet was sent by his wife, she’s not involved in ownership of the company except through proxy as his wife.
“It doesn’t represent our way of thinking, values, or practices, and any implied notion that this is not so is just a misrepresentation of facts,” he added, speaking of his wife’s vile tweet.
As for their values, a 2016 tweet is instructive to that end:
— JVP-Seattle (@JVPSeattle) January 11, 2016
Kiossovski also said in the email he has received a number of threats from Twitter users.
Speaking of social media users, here’s a sampling of some of the online responses to the story:
This is who the “love everyone” bunch really is. Vile.
— waterman (@waterma87467591) January 6, 2020
The party of tolerance.
— Furious A Rae (@IheartAlby) January 7, 2020
I wonder if it’s the same bar on Capital Hill that has “Wanted Posters” of some college Republicans on their walls.
— MMO Liberty (@MMOLiberty) January 6, 2020
Love trumps hate or something…
— Ken Meyer (@Kcmeyer6971) January 6, 2020
The most hateful, people out there are on the left period
— Robert (@mememe10101) January 7, 2020
No, she’s okay if they die for living in non-Liberal areas, or for committing the sin of responsibly touching a gun under supervision — just don’t ever “keep kids in cages”! ?
— Jon Conley (@Jonathan_Conley) January 6, 2020
Garbage people gonna garbage…
— PDX Conservative (@pdx_cnsrv) January 7, 2020
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