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As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News App offers the following information published by FreeBeacon:

MSNBC contributor David Jolly accused Parkland survivor Kyle Kashuv of showing the signs “of a school shooter,” referring to racist posts the teenager put on social media as a 16-year-old.

Jolly’s comments followed Harvard University’s decision to revoke Kashuv’s acceptance, which led critics to say that the decision was politically motivated by cries against Kashuv’s support for Second Amendment rights.

The article describes Jolly’s interview with MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle, and goes on to state the following:

Jolly said that he originally thought that Kashuv should be given a chance at “redemption,” but after seeing the posts Kashuv made two years prior to the Parkland shooting—which included derogatory references to Jews and black people—Jolly changed his mind.

“My immediate reaction when I really dug into this, these are the social media postings we see of a shooter and we ask, ‘Where were the signs?’ See something, Say something,” Jolly said. “We see a shooter, and then we go back and look at social media posts and this is exactly what we see. I understand the sensitivity of this man toward Parkland. I’m not a mental health professional to assess him on those grounds. But what I’m suggesting—”

“Is that too far?” Ruhle asked. “Can you make that a leap like that?”

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