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    Unhinged: Tom Arnold Tweets JFK-Style Assassination Threat Against Trump

    Updated: October 19, 2019 at 6:00 pm EST  See Comments

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    Tom Arnold, the man best known for once being Roseanne Barr’s husband, posted a tweet taunting President Trump over his rally in Dallas and warning him of a JFK-Esque assassination attempt.

    The President held a rally described by Fox News as ‘enthusiastic’ and having a “massive crowd of approximately 30,000.”

    Trump tweeted a video of that same crowd waiting to get in.

    “Just arrived at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas,” he wrote. “Will be out shortly as we wait for more of you to get in!”

    This apparently triggered Arnold.

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    “Don’t get too cocky traitor,” the failed comedian wrote. “They showed up for JFK too.”

    Arnold’s tweet has since been removed by Twitter for violating their rules, a rarity by the social media platform when it comes to liberal D-List celebrities spouting unhinged threats.

    Tagging @SecretService – Tom Arnold makes a JFK/Dallas reference

    If a conservative did this their career would be over, account deleted, and life ruined

    RT so the world can see the behavior of the leaders of the left https://t.co/Sl318nVebH

    — Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) October 18, 2019

    Arnold is a Certifiable Lunatic

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