SNL writer Katie Rich suffers HARSH REALITY after attacking 10 year-old boy
It’s okay to make humorous skits about your President. It may be low-brow sophomoric in nature, but it’s tolerable.
What’s not tolerated is insulting children, like what Katie Rich did.
She’s the Saturday Night Live writer who verbally attacked Barron Trump on Twitter. She’s now living in her own harsh reality. Her mean tweet about a ten year-old boy was only visible for a few hours before being deleted and Katie Rich has gone into “Twitter hiding” as a result of the wicked backlash from social media.
At first, Katie Rich had placed her Twitter account in “private” mode because Twitter users had no problem telling her how wrong it was to attack a ten year-old boy. I guess she was tired of reading the reactions from people and didn’t want to face the mean tweets from the angry section of Twitter.
Katie Rich can dish it out, but not take it back?
Katie has taken the “twitter hiding” to the next level and completely deleted her account. Her account is no longer active. I suppose that means Katie Rich has fully deleted her Twitter account.
Even worse, SNL faces a potential boycott. The hashtag #BoycottSNL became very popular on Twitter.
I can’t see SNL being very happy with Katie Rich. Ratings could drop thanks to her mean Tweet harassing a child of the President.
Twitter users had a LOT to say about Katie Rich. This is just a small sample.
A “Saturday Night Live” writer was blasted on social media for tweeting that President Trump’s youngest son would become a school shooter.
In a now deleted tweet, Katie Rich said Friday that 10-year-old Barron Trump “will be this country’s first homeschool shooter.”
The message was left up for about three hours before Rich deleted it. Facing a firestorm of criticism, she then made her Twitter account private, blocking public viewing of it.
Other Twitter users slammed Rich for targeting the child, with some calling her a “piece of trash” and others calling for a boycott of NBC, which airs “SNL”.
“Wow who thinks insulting kids is funny? Weak,” Twitter user @FriendlyJMC wrote.
“nothing speaks [sic] ‘tolerance’ more than bullying a 10yr old boy with ignorant rants #SNLnotFunny #BoycottNBC,” wrote @Jessies_June.
Rich, 33, has written for SNL since 2013.
Verbal abuse and attacks on an unsuspecting child are immature, uncalled for and unprofessional for a person who works for a very well known TV show.
If Katie Rich has been writing for SNL since 2013, then I can see why it’s not that funny anymore.
Now SNL has two reasons to fire her.