REPORT: Man who said he’d prefer daughter to date MS-13 member over a Republican has history of trolling conservatives

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Rob Rousseau, the freelance journalist who declared he would rather his daughter date an MS-13 gang member than a Republican, has a history of deliberately upsetting conservatives with inflammatory rhetoric.

Last week, President Trump referred to dangerous MS-13 gang members as “animals,” but several media organizations took his comments out of context to make it appear that he was talking about illegal immigrants. The result was a handful of prominent liberals defending the brutal gang, whose motto is literally “rape, control, kill.”

The article goes on to state the following:

The attention-seeking Rousseau took advantage of the online outrage and tweeted, “I would rather my daughter dated a member of MS-13 than a member of the Republican Party.”

The tweet resulted in criticism from conservative websites such as The Daily Wire, to segments on cable news programs such as “Fox & Friends.” Rousseau made it clear in follow-up tweets that his comment was an attempt to annoy Republicans, and he doesn’t even have a daughter. But this sort of Twitter trolling is nothing new for Rousseau, as he has bragged about mocking conservatives in the past.

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