DISGUSTING: Times ‘Journalist’ Calls For The ASSASSINATION Of Trump

Why is it that ‘tolerant’ Liberals who disagree with President Trump call for his assassination? It must be because ‘LoveTrumpsHate’.

This woman is allegedly a ‘journalist’.

Or was.

We’ll see how this plays out.

India Knight writes for The Times UK. Her articles run the gamut of books to Brexit, camping to consumerism, makeup tips to coddled college kids. And of course, one piece on Trump titled ‘Trump is a sociopath, but don’t be naive about lads’ banter‘ regarding the Access Hollywood video that was released in October.

Hint: She’s not a fan.

Times columnist and author India Knight has called for the assassination of U.S. President, Donald J. Trump.

During a days-long invective against the newly inaugurated President on Twitter in which Knight called Mr. Trump a “moron,” “mad,” “needy,” and an “arse,” among other things, before telling him to “shut up,” she mused, “The assassination is taking such a long time”.

Knight’s attitude is directly in-line with the British media class, many of whom she has cheered on via Twitter over the last few days.
Read more: Breitbart

Here is her deleted tweet:

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President Trump’s ‘America First’ policy isn’t sitting well with other pussified nations that extol diversity. Britain’s Christian population is dwindling and Islam, including some vicious strains of it, are on the rise.

President Trump’s freeze on the 7 risky countries isn’t sitting well, either.

But does that mean it’s ok suggest an assassination of the sitting President?

What would have happened if she did that when President Obama was in office?

Can you imagine the outrage?

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