Hendrik Hertzberg, longtime staffer of the New Yorker, openly called for a military coup against the Trump administration in a Sunday evening tweet that’s worthy of a Secret Service notification.
“Time for a military coup?”, Hertzberg asked his Twitter followers, clearly triggered by Trump’s slew of Tweets hammering the media.
Here’s the original tweet:
In case he deletes it, here’s a screenshot:
What are your thoughts on this blatant call for violence by a member of the leftist mainstream media?
It’s still there 😉☮️
Yeah, good luck with that. You know all those people who attended the Trump rallies???? One word from him and you would have MILLIONS of supporters, armed, in DC in hours.
Shouldn’t we notify the Secret Service and FBI or NSI?? This liberal assh&le is making a threat to our President!!
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