Governor Jeb Bush provoked a backlash after he sent a strange tweet about presidents who died on July 4, with many taking it as a veiled dig at President Trump.
“Three Presidents Die on July 4th: Just a Coincidence?” tweeted Bush along with a link to a story which explained how, “Three Founding Father Presidents—John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James Monroe—died on July 4.”
Three Presidents Die on July 4th: Just a Coincidence? https://t.co/DzcgWpC83y
— Jeb Bush (@JebBush) July 4, 2019
Whatever Jeb!’s reason for sending the tweet, Trump supporters were incensed.
“Are you threatening our @POTUS Jeb?!?! @SecretService @FBI Looks like a veiled threat. Reported,” remarked one.
— 🚨🔱🇺🇸ROBIN🇺🇸🔱🚨 (@lauderdaleagent) July 4, 2019
“Why the hell would Jeb Bush post this today?” asked Will Burns.
Why the hell would Jeb Bush post this today?
— Will Burns (@WillOBurns) July 4, 2019
“Good thing you’ll never have to worry about that,” joked Travis Wines.
Good thing you’ll never have to worry about that 🇺🇸🇺🇸
— Travis Wines (@TWines4congress) July 4, 2019
Others pointed out that there was nothing wrong with the article, but the general consensus was that it was a very bizarre thing to tweet on July 4 and may be connected to anti-Trump criticism over his decision to host a pro-America parade in DC.
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