This man’s terrible tweets about the Manchester bombing set the internet aflame

It’s perfectly naturally to want to use gallows feeling to cope with what seems like a nature spiraling out of control, but that’s a situation that’s best done in private. Especially in the midst of unfolding information about a terrorist attack that targets girls at a concert.

One man, David Leavitt, a freelancer for CBS and Yahoo, according to his Twitter bio, neglected both sets of axioms and tweeted this terrible, horrid prank in response to the Ariana Grande concert bombing.

Screengrab via David Leavitt/ Twitter

When it became clearbasically from the onslaught, but also as items developed about the attackthat Leavitt had procreated beacon of an frightful occurrence in an unfunny and patently bad action, he did not apologize.

Instead, he persisted joking.

Screengrab via David Leavitt/ Twitter

Screengrab via David Leavitt/ Twitter

At one point, over 30,000 parties had replied to his tweet, all to let him know the different ways in which he was being insensitive.

Eventually, he deleted the tweet and rationalized, reading, hey, I conclude these gags all the time, it’s cool.

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But then he decided to take a funny dig at the Twitter swarm against him, in accordance with the arrangements of trying to guilt them into gifting to a induce he had just mocked.

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Then he equated himself to President Donald Trump.

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Not … not at all.

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