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Katie Hobbs’ Press Secretary Suggests Shooting “Transphobes” In Disgusting Tweet

Hours after the Nashville mass shooting, the press secretary of Arizona Democrat Governor Katie Hobbs posted a controversial and insensitive tweet.

Josselyn Berry published an image of a woman holding two handguns with the caption, “Us when we see transphobes.”


“The image appears to be in violation of Twitter’s policy against violent threats which states: ‘You may not threaten to inflict physical harm on others, which includes (but is not limited to) threatening to kill, torture, sexually assault, or otherwise hurt someone,’” ... Millenial reported.

The Kari Lake campaign slammed Hobbs’ office for the tweet, calling it “reprehensible.”

Josselyn Berry, the woman running @katiehobbs‘s comms, sent this threat out following the murder (hate crime) of six innocent Christians by a trans activist This message is reprehensible & deserves bipartisan condemnation.”

“You should be doing that to the Mexican drug cartels instead of taking their money,” one Twitter user commented on Berry’s tweet.

Even a self-proclaimed “lib” called the tweet “highly inappropriate.” “This is a governor’s press secretary tweeting this? Seems really pedestrian and sophomoric, not to mention highly inappropriate. I’m gay. I’m a lib. This post is BS. We don’t need allies like you. You do us no favors.”




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