Kamala Harris Demands Twitter Suspend President Trump’s Account Over Whistleblower Comments


Kamala Harris joined Maxine Waters in going absolutely bonkers over A few recent Trump tweets. Trump is battling what Jay Sekulow called a minor skirmish compared to the battle that was the Mueller investigation, and as usual, Trump plays for keeps.

Maxine literally demanded Trump be cuffed and stuffed and thrown not just in jail but in solitary confinement, a punishment many liberals like Maxine call unfair.

That is how deluded they are. And then we have Kamala Harris, desperate to stay relevant as she fades faster than Joe Biden in the weak Dem field.

Is it any wonder the Hillary is coming back rumors are starting? No, she took one look at this clown show and is probably figuring why not?

From Fox News: Sen. Kamala Harris said on Monday night that President Trump should have his Twitter account suspended over his tweets about the whistleblower whose complaint has helped launch an official House inquiry into his potential impeachment.

“The President’s tweets and his behaviors about this are just further evidence of the fact that he uses his power in a way that is designed to beat people down instead of lift people up,” the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate told CNN.

“Frankly, when you look at what he’s been tweeting today directed at the whistleblower, directed at so many people, you know, I, frankly, think that based on this and all we’ve seen him do before, including attacking members of Congress, that he, frankly, should be — his Twitter account should be suspended.”

Harris said Trump’s latest tweets, in which he called the whistleblower “close to a spy,” is evidence that he is “irresponsible with his words in a way that could result in harm to other people.”

“The privilege of using those words in that way should probably be taken from him,” she added.

When asked if she thought suspending Trump’s Twitter account could be seen as the tech giant silencing Trump’s free speech, Harris doubled down on her argument that the president should not use “his words in a way that could subject someone to harm.”

“If he’s not going to exercise self-restraint, then, perhaps, there should be other mechanisms in place to make sure that his words do not, in fact, harm anyone,” she said. “And that’s my point. What we want to make sure is that his words do not actually result in harm to anyone.”