MNGOP Sen. Dan Hall destroyed on Twitter for making fun of mental illness during SOTU
Sometimes, you should just step away from the keyboard.
Sen. Dan Hall -- a second-term MNGOPer representing parts of Bloomington, Savage, and Burnsville -- is no stranger to Twitter controversy. But he may have outdone himself with his live-tweeting of last night's State of the Union speech.
Hall savaged President Obama throughout this speech, at times making fun of him in ways most everyone found offensive. For his effort, the Twitter mentions filled up with a level of disgust we haven't seen since this incident went down last summer.
We called Hall's office this morning to get his day-after thoughts about Obama's speech, his response, and the response to his response. A staffer said he'd pass along our inquiry, but we haven't heard back as this is published.
In any event, here's what Hall tweeted:
Suffice it to say those tweets went over as well as the Hindenburg over New Jersey. To read the reaction, click to page two.
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