Tom Arnold’s Twitter account was suspended last week after he sexually harassed Trump supporters, Diamond and Silk. He then used a backup Twitter account but had that account suspended after he made violent threats against supposed “Narcs” that got his main account suspended.
The backup account is in his son’s name. Arnold wrote on that account, “Snitches get stitches narc”, which got his back up account frozen as well. Arnold is an ardent NeverTrumper as well as being a has-been. He is most famous for being once married to Roseanne Barr, an ardent Trump supporter, who got him a bit part on her then TV program, Roseanne.
Trump hating actor Tom Arnold’s back-up Twitter account was taken down by Twitter Monday for violating posting rules following a TGP report on a violent threat posted to the account against people who filed complaints about Arnold’s blue check mark Twitter account that resulted in that account being locked under temporary suspension last week. The back-up account in the name of Arnold’s six-year-old son, @thejaxarnold, tweeted on Sunday, “Snitches get stitches narc”, and was directed in part to Trump supporters Diamond and Silk whom Arnold had been tweeting crude racist comments for which his main account was locked last week.
The @thejaxarnold account bio read, “My sister is Quinn Arnold and Tom Arnold is my old man. We just got 4 hamsters. I believe in Santa Claus, The Hanukkah Guy, The Tooth Fairy and The Candy Witch” and linked to a charity in the name of Jax Arnold called Kids Helping Kids.
“You wrote @ me first. Expressed your bug ass love for me on Twitter many times. You’ve made sexy videos about me for the world to see. You SAID MY NAME. Now stop playin G’s. Our love is sacred. Get on over here. Grab Popeyes Chicken on way. Wings & thighs. Dark meat only babies.”
— Tom Arnold (@TomArnold) October 27, 2019
Arnold started posting regularly to the dormant-for-a-month @thejaxarnold account on October 29 in the first person to promote a new Hallmark Channel Christmas movie he is appearing in and then the account moved back and forth from employing the first and third person about Arnold in comments that reflected his nasty personal politics.