Liberals On Twitter Celebrated Death Of American Hero – Update – Et Tu, Ron Paul?


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After news broke of the murder of Chris Kyle, a former Navy SEAL and author of the book American Sniper, liberals took to twitter to celebrate the decorated veteran’s death.

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While many in the country mourned his loss, Twitchy reported Sunday that a number of anti-gun liberals on Twitter mocked and celebrated his murder.

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“I am absolutely against guns being used for any reason, but in the matter of Chris Kyle, I’d have to say it was poetic justice,” one person wrote.

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“All u hypocrites can miss me with the Chris Kyle American Sniper sympathy bulls**t, I call his death karma. Feel for his family not him,”said another user on Twitter.

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“Chris Kyle was killed at a gun how ironic lol live by the gun die by the gun now I really believe he had it coming to him,” said“Patricia.”

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“[O]h the irony! lol,” added “GrantT.”

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A number of Twitter users called his murder “karma,” while many, like “GrantT,” apparently thought Kyle’s murder was something to laugh about. (Read More)

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There’s much more at the link.

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Kyle left behind a wife and children, who I’m sure won’t take any consolation in the fact that some rotten troll professes to “feel for” them.

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This is what passes for civility in the age of Obama.

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You can read more about Chris Kyle at Breitbart News and WFAA.

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Update: Here’s an example of why Ron Paul has a problem with so many republican voters:

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Former Republican presidential primary hopeful Ron Paul said Monday that the death of a veteran U.S. Navy SEAL was a consequence of his life as a sniper.

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In a Tweet sent from his certified account, Mr. Paul, a former congressman from Texas, said that “Chris Kyle’s death seems to confirm that ‘he who lives by the sword dies by the sword.'” (Read More)