Fort Lauderdale Police were called to the home of Brad Parscale, President Trump’s former 2020 campaign manager and current campaign senior advisor late Sunday evening following a call from his wife. According to the police report, Brad Parscale was allegedly threatening to harm himself at his Fort Lauderdale, Florida home.

Yahoo– According to a public information officer with the Ft. Lauderdale Police Department, a 911 call was placed by Parscale’s wife who advised that “her husband was armed, had access to multiple firearms inside the residence and was threatening to harm himself. Officers determined the only occupant inside the home was the adult male,” referring to Parscale.

Parscale was removed as campaign manager just over two months ago in July following a lightly attended but much-hyped campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, as the president was trailing in the polls. He was replaced by then-deputy campaign manager Bill Stepien, but has stayed on as a senior adviser to the campaign.

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Parscale is hated by the left, in large part for his regularly calling out the Democrat Party mainstream media and big tech companies like Facebook, Twitter and Google for censoring conservatives to give the Democrat Party an advantage.

The left responded to the news of his suicide attempt with more hatred:

This “blue check” mark Twitter user calls Parscale’s suicide attempt a “great day” for the campaign.

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