Jemele Hill Suggests ASSASINATION of Trump

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by Brian Unger | 24News

Former ESPN anchor and now The Atlantic’s Jemele Hill referenced a public assassination during President Trump’s State of the Union address Tuesday night.

Hill, a far-leftist who despises Trump and has falsely labeled the president a “white supremacist,” alluded to the assassination of Malcolm X, who was gunned down in front of his supporters and family while preparing to give a speech at the Audubon Ballroom in 1965.

“[P]lease let @AOC yell out ‘whose mans is this,’” actor Desus Nice posted on Twitter.

Hill responded, “Nah, she gotta yell: GETCHO HAND OUT MY POCKET.”

The “GETCHO HAND OUT MY POCKET” quote refers to the last words Malcolm X probably heard before he was gunned down.

In February 1965, as Malcolm X stood before about 400 people for a Manhattan speech, a man in the crowd yelled, “Get your hand out my pocket!” in an apparent attempt to create a diversion. While Malcolm X’s bodyguards approached the man who yelled, three other men charged the stage, firing a sawed-off shotgun and handguns. Malcolm X died of 21 gunshot wounds.

So no big deal…a high-paid “journalist” suggesting/”joking” about the murder of a U.S. president.


So does THIS violate Twitter’s terms regarding “promotion of violence?” Apparently nothing does — unless you are a conservative.

Remember that just this week, a Daily Caller editor had his Twitter suspended for merely joking that fired HuffPost reporters should “learn to code.”


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