A Tucson Sports Anchor deleted his Twitter account, but not before the damage was done to his reputation.
For some reason KVOA Sports Anchor Paul Cicala thought it would be a good idea to get on Twitter and start talking politics. Here's a hint, that is never a good idea.
Cicala responded to tweets and videos posted by NBC News Correspondent Jacob Rascon, showing a female Trump supporter being pelted in the face with random objects following a rally Thursday in San Jose, California.
It was an ugly scene by the Trump protestors to say the least.
But, Cicala tweeted that the woman that was being hit by eggs and bottles somehow deserved it.
He then tried to follow up, but did not make it much better:
After the backlash, Cicala deleted his Twitter and then went on the air to issue a statement:
The station also issued a statement on Cicala's tweets:
Before you tweet while stupid, it might be a good idea to delete your Twitter before, not after.