President Donald Trump has retweeted an apparent white supremacist for the second time in a month.
As noted by MSNBC's Kyle Griffin, the author of Trump's retweeted solar eclipse meme has expressed anti-Semitic sentiments on Twitter before.
So the man whose eclipse meme Trump tweeted this morning was complaining about Jews a few days ago. https://t.co/nYFPSAO4h4— Kyle Griffin (@Kyle Griffin) 1503597692.0
Life came at Jerry Travone, the author of the eclipse meme, fast.
Earlier in the day, he was mocking "libtards" who reacted to the image -- but soon found himself locked out of the account for his t-shirt store, Pro Wrestler Tees.
Travone, who describes himself as a "YouTube actor and political junkie" on Twitter, claimed the account for his wrestling t-shirt store was hacked when he was exposed for anti-Semitism. In response, the company OneHourTees said they closed his store because he "hates Jews."
So I lost my @ProWrestlerTees store . That's what happens when the left attacks you . You don't even know you got hacked till it's too late— Jerry Travone™️ (@Jerry Travone™️) 1503597058.0
JerryTravone ProWrestlerTees It wasn't hacked. We did that purposely since you hate Jews.— Pro Wrestling Tees (@Pro Wrestling Tees) 1503596693.0
@the_davidhenry He doesn't anymore. Thanks for bringing it my attention.— One Hour Tees (@One Hour Tees) 1503590557.0
@JerryTravone @ProWrestlerTees It wasn't hacked. We did that purposely since you hate Jews.— One Hour Tees (@One Hour Tees) 1503596409.0