Liberal Think Tank Push Their Leftist Agenda With Highly Disturbing Tweet

Just in case you didn't know, once you put something on the internet it's permanent. You can try to delete it but chances are someone already saw it, copied it, and spread it around faster than you can say bob's your uncle.

A progressive think tank known as The Gravel Institute thought it would be a good idea to comment on the recent ambush of two Los Angeles Sheriff deputies but quickly realized they made a huge mistake and tried to delete their offensive tweet but it was too late.

The Gravel Institute was founded in 2019 and claims to "carry on the life's work of former U.S. Senator Mike Gravel in fighting for global peace and democracy." They say their mission is to "promotes bold and forward-looking ideas about a more peaceful and egalitarian world, and to build a robust movement of young people to win it."

I guess cheering on the murder of police officers is their "bold and forward-thinking" agenda but I don't see how that could the world peaceful.

When Ian Miles Cheong, the Editor in Chief at Gameranx, posted a tweet supporting our law enforcement, the Gravel Institute responded with a very nonprogressive tweet.

Just, wow.

As of right now, the suspect who ambushed the two officers sitting in their patrol car is still at large.

This is attempted murder. He walked up to the officer's widow, and without any reason or warning fired multiple shots leaving both officers in critical condition.

The LA County Sheriff’s posted on Twitter, “One male deputy and one female deputy were ambushed as they sat in their patrol vehicle. Both sustained multiple gunshot wounds and are in critical condition. They are both currently undergoing surgery.”

Then BLM rioters stormed the emergency room entrance of the hospital where the officers were taken and shouted "we hope they die." This war on cops is getting more and more people killed. It's not good for anyone and even Black American voters don't agree with it. This has to stop.

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