Colorado Dem Praises Tweet Depicting Coronavirus Attacks At MAGA Rallies, James Woods Reacts: “It’s Called Insurrection”

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A Democrat government official from Colorado caused uproar after promoting a tweet depicting the mass spreading of coronavirus to Trump supporters at MAGA rallies.

It all started when Denver City Councilwoman Candi CdeBaca retweeted a post from another Twitter user, which has since been deleted, that said, “For the record, if I do get the coronavirus I’m attending every MAGA rally I can.”

CdeBaca replied to the tweet, where she voiced her approval of what was being implied along with laughing emojis and the hashtag #solidarity.

As a result, Twitterverse erupted with comments of disapproval under the councilwoman’s retweet, including several calls for her resignation.

In his reaction, conservative actor James Woods suggested CdeBaca was promoting “terrorism”, and said she was actually committing “insurrection,” which by definition is the act of revolting against an established government.

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Woods posted a screen shot of the original deleted tweet that CdeBaca commented on, and he tagged the FBI in it.

He then captioned it: “So that would be willfully spreading a deadly pathogen to others and inciting like-minded activists to do the same,” Woods tweeted  It is called terrorism. When you promote it on a government account, it’s called insurrection.” See Below

CdeBaca has since declared that she was being sarcastic in her initial “solidarity” post and took jabs at Trump to help explain herself.

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In ending, here are some more responses to the Denver councilwoman’s initial retweet: