Barron Trump isn’t the only child being targeted with threats.
After actor Peter Fonda suggested that President Donald Trump’s youngest son should be separated from his mother, Donald Trump Jr.’s 4-year-old daughter has been met with a similarly intimidating tweet.
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) June 21, 2018
Actor James Woods highlighted the tweet and seemingly brought it to Chloe’s father’s attention.
“This is exactly the kind of violence that has been inspired by Peter Fonda’s tweet,” Woods also shared alongside the screenshot of Dussault’s tweet. Others agree.
This is criminal and I don’t understand how this is allowed to happen. 💔💔
— Nina Plonka (@neenasue) June 21, 2018
Don't go after a kid and demonstrate your misplaced anger….
— Brad Mayberry (@BradMayberry) June 21, 2018
While people continue to push for Sony Pictures Classics to bar Fonda’s upcoming film from being released, others are now aiming their pleas toward the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) where the latest offender, Dussault, is a writer.
Dussault shared an apology on Twitter, but his account has been deactivated and it’s no longer accessible.
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