REPORT: Dem Congressman Deletes Creepy #Cannabis Tweet To Parkland Student Kyle Kashuv

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Kyle Kashuv, one of the only pro-Second Amendment Parkland student activists who has managed to get some media attention, has had another exchange online that’s raised eyebrows and inspired his opponent to hit delete. On Sunday, California’s Rep. Ted Lieu (D) decided the best course of action would be to pull his creepy #cannabis tweet to Kashuv and encourage the young man to listen to his parents rather than him.

In an exchange highlighted by Twitchy, Lieu and Kashuv’s contentious dialog took a “creepy and inappropriate” turn Sunday that inspired Lieu to hit delete and explain himself. After a series of tweets between the two, Kashuv, who trollingly describes himself on Twitter as a “contributing editor at Vanity Fair” a la Kurt Eichenwald, noted this bizarre response by the congressman:

It is important to note that the article goes on to state the following:

“California has now grown to the 6th largest economy in the world. We have a low budget surplus and record low unemployment. When you get to 21, come here and experience our awesome #cannabis. But in the meantime you can have #butterbeer at the amazing @UniStudios in CA.”

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