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CBS Show Posts CHILLING Assassination Tweet; Twitter Users Call For Secret Service Investigation

CBS Show Posts CHILLING Assassination Tweet; Twitter Users Call For Secret Service Investigation

The radical Left is becoming more unhinged by the day. On Friday, The Good Fight, a CBS crime drama, tweeted a photo from one of their recent episodes. The photo was a list of words with a finger pointing a group of words. At the top of the list of words read several other phrases including “Eliminate Mar-a-Lago” and “Assassinate President Trump.”This tweet immediately received major backlash from Trump supporters across America and has since been deleted.

The tweet read: “Hmmm… some of those target words look a little familiar. Did you catch any easter eggs in this scene from The One Where Diane Joins The Resistance? #TheGoodFight.” with the photo below.

Stating “Assassinate President Trump” is no joking matter which is exactly why many Twitter users notified the Secret Service.

“Threatening the President of the United States is a federal felony under United States Code Title 18, Section 871. It consists of knowingly and willfully mailing or otherwise making ‘any threat to take the life of, to kidnap, or to inflict bodily harm upon the President’” said one Twitter user.

“@SecretService, please investigate this assassination threat against President Trump,” said conservative activist Scott Presler.

“Yes, @CBS this is despicable to run subliminal messages encouraging the assassination of the president @realDonaldTrump,” another Twitter user said, “I hope @SecretService investigates @thegoodfight thoroughly.”

In the episode from which the image in the CBS tweet is derived, the show’s character Diane “is encouraged to ‘do something’ after meeting the leader of a female resistance group whose aim is to sink POTUS’ approval rating,” according to the episode’s synopsis.”

Trump, die, fake news, resistance, Pizza Gate,” the NSA researcher says, citing the “red target words” that Diane had said over the phone in the previous scene.

“Wow, that is like domestic terrorism Bingo,” the other NSA researcher replies.

Diane, played by actress Christine Baranski, had been on the phone with a former Obama White House opposition research operative who convened a group of women (The Resistance) committed to dragging down President Trump’s approval rating to 33 percent, an approval so low that he apparently could never be reelected with.

Last year, the CBS drama came under fire after one of its characters suggested assassinating the president.

Can you imagine the outrage from the Left if this same photo read “Assassinate Obama,” instead of “Assassinate Trump”? The Left would be going nuts and the media would have wall to wall coverage on the matter.

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