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Thursday, June 13, 2024

Missouri Democrats Incite Arson Targeting Trump Supporter’s Home

'No big deal, just the official account of the Missouri Democrat Party openly calling to burn down the homes of Trump supporters... '

(Luis CornelioHeadline USA) In a recent incident that has ignited a firestorm of controversy, the official Twitter account of the Missouri Democrats posted a tweet calling for a Trump-decorated home to be burned down.

As reported by Fox News, the viral tweet, referencing lyrics from Rock Master Scott and the Dynamic Three’s song “The Roof is On Fire,” infamously read, “‘The roof, the roof, the roof is on [fire] we don’t need no water, let the ‘insert your word,’ burn!'”

While the Twitter page removed the post, prominent Republican voices shared screengrabs of the tweet, sharing their condemnation at the remark.

Among those blasting the tweet was Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., who expressed his disgust at the Democrats’ call for violence. “Here’s the Missouri Democrat Party advocating for a Trump supporter’s home to burn down. Sick. There’s no place for this kind of disgusting, violent rhetoric in Missouri,” he stated.

Donald Trump Jr. also took to Twitter to address the issue, writing, “No big deal, just the official account of the Missouri Democrat Party openly calling to burn down the homes of Trump supporters.”

Political commentator Greg Price chimed in, sharing a capture image of the tweet with the caption, “A very real deleted tweet from the official account of the Missouri Democrat Party”

The incident highlights the growing concern over the use of inflammatory language within the Democrat Party against law and order, while spending thousands in private security, reported Fox News.

“Rep. Cori Bush’s campaign has funneled tens of thousands of dollars to her new husband, Courtney Merritts, for private security and other expenses during the first half of 2023,” reported Fox News.

“The Missouri Democrat’s campaign, which blew past the second quarter filing deadline and could face potential fines, finally submitted her committee report a week late last month. The new filing shows Merritts pocketed $17,500 for security services and ‘wage expenses’ between April and June,” Fox added.

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