A New York State Democrat Senator crossed a serious line on Tuesday and told a Republican aide to kill herself in a now-deleted tweet.Sen. Kevin Parker, D-Brooklyn, took to Twitter to tell New York State Republican Deputy Communications Director Candice Giove to “Kill yourself!” after she noted that Parker had appeared to misuse a parking placard.I got to the bottom of this. The placard is assigned to @SenatorParker. However, the license plate # on the placard does not match the vehicle. So he either used it in another car or gave it to someone to use, both of which are not permitted,” Giove tweeted.
It got to the bottom of this. The placard is assigned to @SenatorParker. However, the license plate # on the placard does not match the vehicle. So he either used it in another car or gave it to someone to use, both of which are not permitted. https://t.co/dcu6ZUyVVO
— Candice Giove (@candicegiove) 18 декабря 2018 г.
Oh my word. pic.twitter.com/DB7KgEZj8s
— Jon Campbell (@JonCampbellGAN) 18 декабря 2018 г.
Parker’s horrifying remark comes after he “attracted attention late last month when he proposed a bill that would require those seeking a firearm permit to consent to having their social-media accounts searched for objectionable content,” the Democrat & Chronicle reported.
“The bill would require gun-seekers to turn over their passwords to key accounts to police, if necessary. If approved, up to three years of Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter posts and one year of search-engine history would be open to scrutiny,” the outlet added.
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Shortly after telling Giove to take her own life, the New York Democrat continued to attack her via Twitter with additional tweets.
. @Candicegiove is on the wrong side of history for every important issue facing New York State!
— Senator Kevin Parker (@SenatorParker) 18 декабря 2018 г.
The Democrat & Chronicle also noted in its report that Parker is a convicted criminal.
“Parker was convicted of misdemeanor criminal mischief after damaging a camera belonging to a New York Post photographer who was assigned to take photos of him outside his Brooklyn home” in 2010, the outlet reported.