Writer for WaPo Attempts to Justify Shooting of Elected Representatives, #RadicalLeft

Malcolm Harris, a writer for the Washington Post, attempted to justify mass-shootings targeting elected representatives following Wednesday’s radical left-wing attack.

His first tweet on the shooting of Congressman Scalise read: “Some shot Steve Scalise?” with a number of eye emojis following it.

Shortly thereafter, Harris tweeted the following in an attempt to justify today’s shooting that left a representative in critical condition making a reference to the repeal of Obamacare:

“If the shooter has a serious health condition then is taking potshots at the GOP house leadership considered self defense?”

Harris went on since to further deepen the hole he’s currently in:

“Nope nope nope you can’t use ‘respect for human life’ to defend GOP house leadership. That’s just bad math.”

Levi Smith tweeted the following:

“Hi @washingtonpost, why do you allow someone to write for you who tries to justify a mass-shooting on elected representatives?”

Malcolm also lied about working at Vox . . .



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