Judge orders man to never tweet to anyone again

Judge Orders Man to Never Tweet To Anyone Again
Judge Orders Man to Never Tweet To Anyone Again

While Hillary Clinton dropped the mic with the greatest "delete your account" tweet of all time, a Virginia judge is taking that statement quite literally.

A judge has ordered a man in Virginia to "not tweet at all for any reason to anyone."

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Kyler Schmitz has been sending threatening tweets to people, including two U.S. Senators.

After the Orlando shootings, he wrote Senator Roy Blunt from Missouri, saying, "I'm going to shoot you in the head for allowing someone to murder my loved ones."

He also sent general threats to the US Senate and House accounts, which read, "I can't wait to shoot you in the face one by one."

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The death threats caused Twitter to suspend his account, but in case he's tempted to start another one, he has been expressly forbidden to do so.

While he can't tweet, the judge did not specifically take away Facebook, Instagram or Snapchat.