Pelosi's daughter suspended after celebrating attack on Senator
Christine Pelosi was temporarily banned from Twitter after appearing to support an attack on Senator Rand Paul. The Democrat House Speaker's daughter brought up the assault on him that happened in November 2017, after he mentioned his recent diagnosis. Back then, he was in his home in Bowling Green, Kentucky, when his neighbor later violently attacked him due to political differences. Rene Boucher was then sentenced 30 years in prison. Now, Nancy Pelosi's daughter condones the same act of violence even when the man is suffering from a potentially deadly disease.
Pelosi responded to Sen. Mitt Romney's announcement that he was going into quarantine. This is because Paul tested positive. The people who were in contact with him are choosing to isolate themselves. Washington Post reporter Paul Kane quoted Paul's words in his tweet, stating "He told us the other day his biggest personal concern was not getting this because his wife has MS. Now he can't see her for almost two weeks." Pelosi's reply to that tweet was, "Rand Paul's neighbor was right."
This Monday, Paul announced that he contracted Coronavirus after his recent travels. It is asymptomatic, yet it can affect anyone with an autoimmune disorder differently, and so he's now in quarantine.
Sen. Ted Cruz tweeted about it too:
Many people have condoned the younger Pelosi. However, this will not change a thing. Pelosi advocated for violence and Twitter rightfully suspended her.