A Pro-Trump Republican Rep Just Deleted Her Twitter After Vile Argument With High Schoolers

Mary Franson, a Republican state legislator in Minnesota, just got owned by a bunch of high school students.

The Alexandria Area High School is located about halfway between Minneapolis and Fargo, ND and has an active chapter of Minnesota High School Democrats that wanted to meet with their state representative to address their concerns about local issues.

Unfortunately for them, Ms. Franson had a different idea about the responsibility of elected officials to meet with constituents who did not share her views or political affiliation. Franson and the AAHS group shared twitter messages as the students tried to get the state representative to meet with them for a dialogue.

It did not go well.

Today, Rep. Franson deleted her Twitter account.

Luckily, one of the co-organizers of the National March For Truth, Holly O’Reilly, captured the exchanges as screenshots before Franson’s account disappeared, and we can present her tweeted description of the back and forth exchanges between Franson and the student group here as an example of how politicians should not treat the people they nominally serve.

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If Franson may have thought that by deleting her Twitter account she could destroy the evidence of her lack of understanding of the responsibilities of her job, she is now decidedly corrected.

If you share this article, you’ll be able to spread the word of her fecklessness far and wide and help ensure that her political career goes no further than it already has. Be our guest. The students at the AAHS chapter of Minnesota High School Democrats will surely appreciate it.

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Vinnie Longobardo

Vinnie Longobardo is a writer, producer, and international media executive formerly with MTV/Viacom, G4/Comcast, and Warner Bros., among others. He is a winner of the International Documentary Association Award for "Artists United Against Apartheid: The Making Of Sun City". Growing up in the Bronx, he was a high school classmate of Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. He attended Cornell University, SUNY Binghamton, and NY Institute of Technology.

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