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‘Better watch your ass’: Twitter locks Roger Stone’s account for threatening Media Matters staffer

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A little over a month after being shut down by Twitter after a misogynist meltdown, Roger Stone now being shut down again.

BuzzFeed is reporting the close friend of President Donald Trump has been locked out of his account after threatening the communications director of Media Matters for America.

“I’m watching you and know what you’re up to. Better watch your ass,” Stone said to Laura Allison Keiter on Wednesday afternoon.

Keiter sent BuzzFeed this notification from Twitter, presumably after she filed a ticket reporting the threat. “We have reviewed the account you reported and have locked it because we found it to be in violation of the Twitter Rules,” Twitter said.

Twitter response to reporting Roger Stone (Photo: BuzzFeed via Laura Allison Keiter)

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‘It can be a very rough river!’ Trump dismisses concerns about immigrants who drowned in Rio Grande

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Google employees push San Francisco’s Pride Parade to exclude tech giant to protest hate speech online

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Nearly 100 Google employees asked the organizer's of the San Francisco Pride parade to ban the tech giant over its handling of hate speech online.

An online petition asked that Google be excluded from this weekend's event and removed as a sponsor of the parade, and employees sent a letter to event organizers explaining their frustration, reported Bloomberg.

“Whenever we press for change, we are told only that the company will ‘take a hard look at these policies,’” employees told the parade's board of directors. “But we are never given a commitment to improve, and when we ask when these improvements will be made, we are always told to be patient. We are told to wait."

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Trump blames Dems for heartbreaking photo of dead migrants: ‘If they fix the laws, we wouldn’t have that’

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President Donald Trump on Wednesday suggested Democrats were at fault after a photo of two dead migrants was published.

After returning from the Faith & Freedom Coalition Conference, Trump spoke to reporters on the White House lawn about the photo of a father and daughter who drowned while trying to cross the Rio Grande.

"If they fix the laws, we wouldn’t have that," Trump reportedly quipped. "If we had the right laws that the democrats are not letting us have those people wouldn’t be coming up."

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