As violence escalates, Mich. House Dems delete ‘there will be blood’ tweet

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Earlier today, The Michigan House Dems proudly quoted state Rep. Douglas Geiss’ oh-so-civil promise of “blood” over Michigan becoming a right-to-work state. Then they thought better of the tweet:

@mihousedems Did you guys really call for violence in a tweet and then delete it?

— Ben(@BenK84) December 11, 2012

Yes, yes they did. Silly Michigan Dems. Don’t you know Twitchy is forevah?

https://twitter.com/MIHouseDems/statuses/278527569580666881

The tweet was deleted shortly after union goons followed through on that threat by Geiss.

Oops MT @johnbremer @mihousedems delete Rep. Geiss tweet “there will be blood” right after AFP tent is torn by protesters with people inside

— Gideon D’Assandro (@GideonD) December 11, 2012

While the tweet is gone from the @MIHouseDems feed, it’s definitely not forgotten.

@mihousedems you can delete tweets all you want. We have screenshots.

— Crabby (@Crabbyolebroad) December 11, 2012

My screencap of @mihousedems ‘ deleted Tweet threatening violence and quoting a Dem lawmaker. twitpic.com/bl3y9q

— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) December 11, 2012

My screencap of @mihousedems ' deleted Tweet threatening... on Twitpic

Dear @mihousedems: Deleting a tweet doesn’t make the problem go away. Once something’s on the net, it lives for forever.

— Brittany Cohan (@bccohan) December 11, 2012

@mihousedems All the cowards who delete tweets are always Liberals. Amazing lack of balls. And forethought, of course. Typical.

— GTFOBigGovernment (@NovElection2016) December 11, 2012

Apparently MI State Rep Geiss said “there will be blood” if rtw passes. @mihousedems deleted tweet. They didn’t realize that might look bad?

— David Hines (@hradzka) December 11, 2012

Everyone should tell @mihousedems that deleting a Tweet encouraging violence isn’t enough. They should apologize bit.ly/ZaWVhE

— Katy Abram (@katyabram) December 11, 2012

Is an apology forthcoming? We won’t hold our breath.

Update:

Conservative radio host Dana Loesch wonders if the Michigan House Democrats are OK with the violence taking place in Lansing today.

Hi, @mihousedems . Do you feel bad about the violence now after you were suggesting it on the floor and online?

— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) December 11, 2012

Hi @mihousedems , is this what you were talking about with your “there will be blood” Tweet? youtu.be/GtbWbw66KrI

— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) December 11, 2012

Hi @mihousedems , are you OK that a violent mob attacked a tent with people inside and shredded it? youtu.be/GtbWbw66KrI

— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) December 11, 2012

Good questions.

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