Snowflake-in-Chief Trump blocked an organization representing 500,000 vets and families on Twitter

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It is no secret the people at Vote Vets are not fans of Donald Trump. Why would they be? His incompetence is putting American lives, particularly those serving in the Armed Forces, at risk. Yesterday they sent out a couple of tweets that were critical of the tweeter-in-chief. See for yourself, they weren’t crude or over-the-top. 

At first-ever @realDonaldTrump cabinet meeting: no president “has passed more legislation” and “done more things”. https://t.co/GF0NxrlTMH

— VoteVets (@votevets) June 12, 2017

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They retweeted a clip showing Sean Spicer dedicating a whole 21 seconds to the news that three service members were killed in Afghanistan over the weekend:

Wow. White House finally makes statement about soldiers killed in Afghanistan. Spicer gives it 21 seconds https://t.co/eQrYGB1J3c pic.twitter.com/5rjrAf4Kns

— Tommy Christopher (@tommyxtopher) June 12, 2017

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They mentioned another federal court smacked down Trump’s Muslim ban:

Another federal court has ruled against @realDonaldTrump's revised #MuslimBan. #NotWinninghttps://t.co/cSLUgsWH5p

— VoteVets (@votevets) June 12, 2017

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After watching the embarrassing and unusual butt-kissing cabinet meeting yesterday, the organization sent this tweet, which is in no way out of bounds after the bizarre proclamations of praise heaped on Donald Trump at the meeting:

Thanks to @realDonaldTrump's first cabinet meeting, the word of the day today is sycophant. pic.twitter.com/730jgpJi2g

— VoteVets (@votevets) June 12, 2017

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Apparently that was too much for the thin-skinned ego-in-chief. He blocked the organization on Twitter:

The Commander in Chief can block @VoteVets, the voice of 500k military veterans and families, but we will NOT be silenced. pic.twitter.com/SaCN5hKU9R

— VoteVets (@votevets) June 13, 2017

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If you want to learn more about the soldiers killed over the weekend, their families are sharing.

Families of U.S. service members killed in Afghanistan share memories of soldiers, expressing pride through grief https://t.co/BTNA4RBNq3 pic.twitter.com/em0EM2m01y

— CBS News (@CBSNews) June 13, 2017

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