Celebrities erupted on Twitter on Wednesday, calling for President Trump’s supporters to be shot during the Capitol demonstration.
Social media giant, Twitter, told Breitbart News, “we’ll continue to enforce our rules, including our policy against violent threats.”
“Please fucking shoot them all. Please,” Netflix movie director Rod Blackhurst said.
“Hopefully, they shoot them,” former Democratic National Committee data science director Andrew Therriault said. Therriault also previously worked as Facebook data science manager.
Rapper Claudia Alexandra Madriz Meza, aka Snow Tha Product, also said, “Shoot em like yall shoot us.”
Radio host and conservative blogger Erick Erickson also wanted the protesters at the Capitol to be shot. Erickson previously called Trump a “racist” and “fascist in 2016.
“Shoot the protesters. Waive the rules. Impeach. Waive the rules, convict. Waive the rules, deny the ability to run for election again,” he said in a since-deleted tweet.
Even sports contributor for Forbes Vincent Frank said, “Shoot. Them. All,” as the participants took down the American flag and replaced it with a MAGA flag.
“Shoot them,” Spotify sports podcast host Walter Salcido said.
“Shoot them! Shoot, they ass police what are y’all waiting on,” said former NFL player Charlies James II.
“Arrest them, pepper spray them, shoot them. Do whatever you need to do,” Duquesne University former football player Dan Buchholz said.
“Shoot them all! Use those guns. That’s what they are there for, not to kill innocent black people sleeping in their homes,” said fashion blogger and socialite Bryan Yambao.
“These white supremacist terrorists, and let’s be clear, that is what they are, have faced zero consequences at any point…Shoot them,” author and activist B.J. Mendelson said.
“Idk maybe they should shoot them,” musician Ultima Lee said.
In the summer, Twitter initially censored President Trump for allegedly suggesting that Black Lives Matter and Antifa rioters could be shot.
The president’s camp then claimed that his comment, “when the looting starts, the shooting starts,” only meant that violence often follows theft.
However, Twitter insisted that the tweet “glorified violence” and justified their action of censoring it.
The pressure now lies in the social media giant as several celebrities voiced and literally called for shooting people – only because the protesters freely expressed support.
Twitter ought to prove it’s not biased to the left, or is it?