The Twitter Troll Life of David Leavitt, Ryan Field Books

The Twitter Troll Life of David Leavitt

Believe it or not, there are people out there who only have one talent in life. They know how to piss other people off. And many of them actually do very well, too. It’s just that there are so many of them sometimes. 

One of those people is Twitter Troll, David Leavitt. And according to this article, sometimes it backfires. 

While routinely playing host to racists, bullies, and all matters of undesirables, Leavitt’s tweet crossed a line. It wasn’t a jab at a “leftist snowflake,” or a racist rant about Muslims, it was an intentional smearing of dead children and the performer on stage who witnessed it, Arianna Grande.

Here’s more. You can read it in full if you are so inclined. I see this guy on Twitter all the time and rarely ever pay much attention to him so I can’t comment. That brand of Tweeting never caught my attention. I just find it interesting. Leavitt isn’t the only one on Twitter like this. There are thousands of them, and I always think to myself how much it must suck actually being them. 

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