Vile CBS Reporter Makes Jokes About Manchester Bombing ‘Last Time I Listened to Ariana Grande I almost Died Too’

Two explosions went off tonight at Manchester Arena where popstar, Ariana Grande was performing killing over 20 people and injuring over 50.

While the majority of us are in shock and sending out prayers to the victims families, vile CBS reporter, David Leavitt is making jokes about it.

Leavitt also joked that he thought Ariana Grande was ‘something you order at Starbucks’. Innocent people were killed and injured at this concert including children and he thinks this is appropriate? This is liberalism, folks. Zero decency. Zero compassion.

There is nothing remotely funny about this. A terrorist attack that takes the lives of innocent people including women and children is absolutely devastating.

**UPDATE**: ‘CBS News sent out a tweet saying that David Leavitt does not work for CBS (he freelances for CBS):

Leavitt has also since deleted the tweet, however; we have a screenshot of it.



Some of the reaction from people who were disgusted by Leavitt’s comments…


After getting lambasted by angry people over his tweet, Leavitt issued a fake ‘apology’ and proceeded to lie. He claims he didn’t realize the magnitude of the tragedy, but in his original tweet with the ‘joke’ in it stated that there were multiple fatalities in capital letters. Clearly he knew this was a huge terrorist attack with many deaths.


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