Leftists mock ex-Trump campaign manager and tweet 'f**k Brad Parscale' after hospitalization
LEFTISTS flooded Twitter to mock former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale after he was hospitalized on Sunday for psychiatric evaluation.
Police went to Parscale's home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, after his wife Candice reportedly told them he had "multiple firearms" and was threatening to harm himself.
Police said Parscale did not threaten officers and was willingly detained before being taken to the hospital from his home.
He was hospitalized under the state's Baker Act, which allows anyone believed to be a threat to themselves or others to be detained for 72 hours for evaluation.
After the news spread on social media, several left-wing users took the opportunity to bash the former Trump aide.
Bob Lynch, a Democratic congressional candidate, wrote: "F**k Brad Parscale. The business of separating innocent refugee babies from their parents, stripping women’s rights, selling our country to the Russians, and on and on should take a toll.
"It sure did on those innocent families. Killing is Trump/DeSantis’ business."
MSNBC correspondent John Heilemann also tweeted about the incident, however, deleted it shortly after.
"Somehow this feels like it was inevitable," the tweet read.
"Suicide is tragic. Heartbreaking," wrote verified user Rob Gill. "But F**k Brad Parscale."
Gill's tweets are now private.
A former writer for The Colbert Report, Frank Lesser, quote tweeted the hospitalization news saying, "He finally googled what happens to former Trump campaign managers."
It also appears that he has deleted the tweet.
In a statment, Tim Murtaugh, the Director of Communications for the Trump campaign said Parscale "is a member of our family and we all love him," Daily Wire reported.
"We are ready to support him and his family in any way possible," the statement read.
"The disgusting, personal attacks from Democrats and disgruntled RINOs have gone too far, and they should be ashamed of themselves for what they’ve done to this man and his family."
If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or text Crisis Text Line at 741741.
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