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New York Senate They apologize for the GOP staff killing themselves and blowing her as “Twitter trolls”

New York State Sen. Kevin Parker and Republican staff Candice Giove. A Democratic State Senator in New York apologized for Tuesday for a tweet indicating that a Republican legislature kills &#821 1; before referring to her as "a Twitter troll" in an interview published a few hours later. Kevin Parker, representing a Brooklyn senate district, initially tweeted "Kill yourself!" to the Republican Senate assist Candice Giove after she accused Parker of abusing a Senate parking card in Manhattan. Parker later removed the initial tweet and apologized in another message to Giove, saying that he had "used a bad choice of words. Suicide is a serious matter and and [sic] should not be sharpened." But in an interview with Politico, Parker returned to Giove again and said: "She has been on the wrong side of history every time. So why does anyone allow this thirst in a teapot to go when she's just an internet roster? She is a Twitter troll. " According to Politico, Giove was a former employee of the Independent Democratic Conference, a group of state senators who for many years had joined Republicans before resolving earlier this year. Six of the eight IDC members were defeated in the primary elections and helped the Democrats to regain control of the House last month. "Where was @Candicegiove when NYers voted for a # Democratic state senate and progressive legislation like the Dream Law and CFE funding?" Parked tweeted Tuesday afternoon. "It's right, working with [IDC] the attachment of GOP."…

A Democratic State Senator in New York apologized for Tuesday for a tweet indicating that a Republican legislature kills &#821

1; before referring to her as “a Twitter troll” in an interview published a few hours later.

Kevin Parker, representing a Brooklyn senate district, initially tweeted “Kill yourself!” to the Republican Senate assist Candice Giove after she accused Parker of abusing a Senate parking card in Manhattan. Parker later removed the initial tweet and apologized in another message to Giove, saying that he had “used a bad choice of words. Suicide is a serious matter and and [sic] should not be sharpened.”

But in an interview with Politico, Parker returned to Giove again and said: “She has been on the wrong side of history every time. So why does anyone allow this thirst in a teapot to go when she’s just an internet roster? She is a Twitter troll. “

According to Politico, Giove was a former employee of the Independent Democratic Conference, a group of state senators who for many years had joined Republicans before resolving earlier this year. Six of the eight IDC members were defeated in the primary elections and helped the Democrats to regain control of the House last month.

“Where was @Candicegiove when NYers voted for a # Democratic state senate and progressive legislation like the Dream Law and CFE funding?” Parked tweeted Tuesday afternoon. “It’s right, working with [IDC] the attachment of GOP.”

Parker’s Office did not respond immediately to the request for comments from Fox News.

Senate Republican leader, Long Island Sen. John Flanagan said he was “angry and disappointed that Senator Parker should go for one of my employees, or any employee of the New York State Senate, that way … These words are beyond the pale and under the state senate.” [19659010] “There is simply no place for discourse like this in politics, government or anywhere,” says Flanagan. ” Measures have consequences, and as a member of the incoming Democratic majority in the Senate, Kevin Parker should be reprimanded by his leadership immediately. “[19659005] Senate’s incoming leader, Democrat Andrea Stewart-Cousins, released a statement that welcomes Parker’s apology.

” I was disappointed in Senator Parkers tweet, “wrote Stewart-Cousins.” Suicide is a serious problem and should not be joked in this way. I’m glad he has apologized. “

Parker was first elected to the state senate 2002. He was elected last month and was recently appointed as the forthcoming chairman of the Senate Energy Committee.

Parker also made headlines Last month after he introduced legislation that would require the authorities to review social media activity and applicants’ online searches for carrying a gun. Licenses can be denied if investigators reveal threats of violence or terrorism or the use of racial or ethnic slurries.

The bill would require gunwinners to apply for login information to allow investigators to watch three year’s value of Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter and Instagram mail. Google, Yahoo and Bing searches during the previous year would also be checked.

The proposals have been affected by gunmen and security guards and even some gun control advocates who said There are better alternatives to Parker’s proposition . [19659005] Associated Press contributed to this report.

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