Earlier today, it was revealed that the US Secret Service is investigating a Facebook post from Missouri state Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal, in which she stated: “I hope Trump is assassinated!” She deleted her comments after she realized the sh*t-storm she had started by openly calling for the assassination of our president.

Shortly after the news broke about the vile comments the Democrat MO state senator made, “I Hope Trump Is Assassinated” began to trend on Twitter, a social-media platform that has been criticized for shutting down conservative and libertarian voices, while allowing leftist hate speech to flourish.

Conservative comedian Mark Dice tweeted to Twitter CEO @Jack to ask why he’s allowing “I Hope Trump Is Assassinated” to trend on the social media platform.

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This Twitter user wants to know how conservative Twitter accounts get banned “left and right” but “I Hope Trump Is Assassinated” is allowed to trend on Twitter:


As usual, Paul Joseph Watson of Infowars had the best response to the sickening trend:

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Here are just a few examples of tweets from the left wishing our current president would be assassinated:


Gay, Jewish conservative and former Breitbart writer, Milo Yiannopoulis  woke up to find his Twitter account shut down for what Twitter considered to be “hate speech” for holding liberals accountable for their actions.

For anyone who would like to give Twitter the benefit of the doubt, and may believe the people who monitor “hate speech” at Twitter haven’t noticed the horrific trend by the left quite yet, check out this tweet by @CURRENTLYANGRY (You don’t say?), that’s still up on Twitter from December 13, 2015:

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