Law & Crime reports:
Pro-Trump pundit Jesse Kelly suggested in a tweet that Republicans might “need” alleged Kenosha killer Kyle Rittenhouse on Election Day.
On Monday afternoon, Kelly shared a New York Post article about Rittenhouse being held on a $2 million bond, asking, “But what if we need him tomorrow?”
Twitter has since removed the tweet. A Twitter spokesperson told Mediaite on Tuesday that Kelly’s tweet had “been actioned for violation of our policy on the glorification of violence.”
Kelly has twice run unsuccessfully for the US House and was “permanently” banned by Twitter in 2018. It’s not clear how he currently has an account.