Josselyn Berry, press secretary for Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs, has resigned after posting a tweet advocating violence against those who oppose the "radical trans agenda." In response to what she called "transphobia."
Berry tweeted a photo of a woman pointing two guns with the caption "Us when we see transphobes."
This tweet came just a day after a trans school shooter killed six people at a Christian private school in Nashville.
Twitter policy explicitly prohibits violent threats, including threats of physical harm, torture, sexual assault, or any other form of violence. However, the account that made the violent tweet is still active on the platform.
Earlier on the same day, Twitter locked several accounts, including The Post Millennial, Senior Editor Andy Ngo, Marjorie Taylor Greene, and Brandon Straka. The accounts were locked after reporting on the Trans Day of Vengeance, which Antifa and trans groups are organizing for April 1 in Washington, DC.
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