Anti-Trumper Mocks 9-year-old Girl Killed in Hunting Accident

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A Seattle woman is facing national outrage after she mocked a nine-year-old South Carolina girl who was killed in a hunting accident.

Kim Drawdy and his daughter, Lauren, were shot by a fellow hunter on New Year’s Day. The father and daughter were mistaken for deer.

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While condolence poured in for the family, a Seattle woman posted a sickening tweet mocking the child’s death.

“1.5 less MAGAbilly’s in the world,” wrote Lana Kiossovski. “At least they died supporting their beloved 2nd Amendment.”

KTTH radio host Jason Rantz broke the national story.

“In a social media world where it’s easy to find vile responses to pretty much any story, this Tweet rose to the top for it’s particular bad-faith nastiness. What kind of monster mocks the death of a little girl,” he wrote.

MyNorthwest.com reported that Kiossovski is connected to Saint John’s Bar and Eatery. However, the owner disputed that information.

Television station KING reached out to her husband who acknowledged that he is involved in the eatery, but she is not.

“The business’s website currently doesn’t mention her, but an internet archive search found as recently as this past November, Lana Kiossovski was referenced as a business partner who ‘spearheaded the effort to locate a suitable space,” the television station reported.

KING reports the business’s Facebook page has been taken down and Kiossovski’s Twitter account has been deactivated.

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