Ex-GOP Rep: I ‘See a Shooter’ When I Look at Kyle Kashuv’s Past Racist Posts
Reacting to Harvard’s decision to pull Parkland shooting survivor and right-wing pundit Kyle Kashuv’s admission over past racial slurs, former Republican Congressman David Jolly asserted on Tuesday that the racist messages Kashuv sent to classmates were the hallmarks of a mass shooter.
“And he referred to one of the shoot-‘em-up video games and said they should put a map of that on his high school,” he exclaimed. “And this was two years before Parkland. And my immediate reaction when I really dug into this, these are the social media postings we see of a shooter and we ask, ‘Where were the signs?’”
Jolly added: “See something, say something. We see a shooter and then we go back and look at social media posts and this is exactly what we see. I understand the sensitivity of this man because of Parkland. I’m not a mental health professional to assess him on those grounds.”
Watch the clip above, via MSNBC.