That’s 23 families who will never see a loved one again and 50 people who may have to live with life altering injuries.
I’m sure that never occurred to David Leavitt as he was probably too concerned about trying to raise his Twitter profile. He’s got a blue check-mark after all, gotta capitalize on those 60K followers of his because that’s obviously more important than being a decent human being.
Leavitt literally knew that people DIED in this tragedy and still felt that it was appropriate to make a joke about it, which is a stupidity I didn’t think actually existed.
His follow up tweets in regards to the situation are just as bad if not worse. First, making a follow-up joke to your original insensitive joke is a tell tale sign of zero remorse.
Then last but not least, the totally insincere apology that is actually just a blatant lie as his original tweet referenced multiple fatalities in the attack. So he either thought it was OK to make his original joke because only a couple of people died, or doesn’t understand the definition of fatalities? I mean he’s obviously not the brightest bulb in the world but I’m fairly certain he has a basic grasp on the English language.I realize freedom of speech is a thing, but this guy right here deserves a nice swift punch in the face from all of us. It’s only fair.