Who is Twitter Trending #JusticeForCarolyn: Everything You Need To Know Carolyn Gombellio

Carolyn Gombellio Biography – Wiki

Carolyn Gombellio is named as the Twitter trending star #JusticeForCarolyn who does exist in the real world. He has been trending on Twitter throughout Tuesday, May 26th prompting people to look her up on Google. Plot Twist shows that President Trump tweets false allegations against people he doesn’t like and the widower of the dead, who was killed in an car accident. People asked Twitter remove Trump’s tweets from Twitter, and they refused. Now, they let Carolyn Gombell tweets stay up on trending on Twitter.

Carolyn Gombellio #JusticeForCarolyn Trends on Twitter

Twitter announced on Tuesday, May 26th that it’s not taking any action against Donald Trump for his ongoing tweets which falsely accuse “Morning Joe” Scarborough of having killed a woman. In response, a popular account called “The Tweet of God” posted a lengthy and detailed allegation that Donald Trump murdered a woman named Carolyn Gombell in October 2000.

The account posted this “Carolyn Gombell” story in order to demonstrate that anyone can accuse anyone of anything until Twitter clamps down on the false murder accusations that Donald Trump keeps spewing.

Even though most observers appear to understand that Carolyn Gombell isn’t even real, the hashtag #JusticeForCarolyn is already trending atop Twitter, as everyone demands that her “murder” be investigated.

People are waiting to see how Twitter handles this. If they delete the allegations against President Trump tweeted by The Tweet of God, they will also have to delete the false accusations and allegations against people by Trump.

The Tweet reads, “Donald Trump killed his personal assistant, Carolyn Gombell, in October 2000. He strangled her because he’d gotten her pregnant and was threatening to tell the press. Then he bribed New York Police Department Police Chief Bernie Kierik to cover it up.

“IT’S TIME TO INVESTIGATE. #JusticeForCarolyn”

Carolyn Gombellio On Reddit

In the Subreddit, UnsolvedMurders, one user asked: “Is there any substance to the claim that Trump killed his secretary Carolyn Gombell? No Google results for her name and a Twitter hashtag that may trend soon, I was wondering if anyone had looked into this”.

Another user responded, “For anyone who doesn’t get the “joke,” US President Donald Trump has tweeted several times to falsely suggest that MSNBC host Joe Scarborough was involved in the 2001 death of 28-year-old Lori Klausutis, who worked in Scarborough’s office when he was a Republican congressman from Florida.”

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