In what is probably the most disgusting display of human behavior in 2019 so far by a celebrity, late night host Seth Meyers attacked fallen officer Ronil Singh tonight.
The attack came during President Trump’s speech to the American people from the Oval Office.
Singh was murdered the day after Christmas when he was pulling over someone leaving a liquor store. That someone just happened to be a multiple DUI offender and illegal immigrant.
The suspect shot and killed officer Singh on Christmas night. Singh was just 33-years-old and had taken a picture with his wife and young son before leaving for work on Christmas night.
Is this Oval Office: SVU?
— Late Night with Seth Meyers (@LateNightSeth) January 9, 2019
Now Seth Meyers has mocked officer Singh’s death with this heinous tweet “Is this Oval Office: SVU?” after President Trump mentioned Singh’s death in his address to Americans.
What a sickening and cowardly display of human character by someone who has a National platform like Meyers.
Perhaps you would like to say this face to face to his fellow brothers in blue, his young wife, or his brother? Twitter of course won’t do anything about Meyers as he’s a liberal. Liberals seem to get a free pass on the Tech Giants platform.
American’s unleashed on Meyers after his thoughtless and hurtful remarks.
Boycott this disgusting human being.
You're making fun of a police officer who was murdered by an illegal alien.
This tweet would be exponentially different if it were your child or family member who got shot. https://t.co/eqf5RfIOxU
— FuctupMike (@FuctupMike) January 9, 2019
Really disgusting. These are victims that just died, one on CHRISTMAS! Asshole
— G.Dickey728?? (@GuyDickinson728) January 9, 2019
Wow this tweet will not go down the way the author intended it to (thankfully). Glad to see all sides say this was a stone thrown too far. Maybe all is not lost. @Twitter I wonder if they’ll agree as well.
— Jess_N_SC♥️?? (@jess29527) January 9, 2019
— Lorie Wilson (@lorieawilson) January 9, 2019
Matt Couch is the founder of America First Investigations and the CEO of the D.C. Chronicle News Group. Follow Matt on Twitter @RealMattCouch