NASHVILLE, TN — Matt Walsh is once again stirring up controversy after he shared pictures of Nazi death camps on his Twitter account with the words "We must never let this kind of evil happen ever again." Critics have called his social media posts a clear incitement to violence against Nazi people.
"This kind of irresponsible and inflammatory rhetoric from Matt Walsh could lead to real-world violence against Nazi loyalists who put Jews in concentration camps," said US Rep Rashida Tlaib. "It's important to remember that concentration camps were run by medical professionals and that no one was sent there until they turned 18. Jews have the right to live in concentration camps, which the Nazi PR reps told me they agreed to voluntarily. Matt Walsh is a hateful bigot who wants to incite terroristic violence against the proud German people."
Representatives from Twitter and Facebook released statements acknowledging the danger Matt Walsh poses to the public safety and mental health of mass-murdering antisemites, and confirmed they are deliberating internally about how to address it. "We are troubled by what we've seen from this account," said Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal. "This kind of violent conservative rhetoric should have no place on our platform."
At publishing time, Matt Walsh was finally suspended from Twitter for inciting violence against Al-Qaeda after he shared photos of 9/11.
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