George H. W. Bush, the 41st President of the United States, died after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease on November 30th. Only a few hours after his death, a parody Twitter account called @georgeisinhell tweeted out: The account kept tweeting as George Bush Sr. from the underworld, but has since been suspended by Twitter for violating the platform’s rules, making its tweets inaccessible. Twitter Rules do ban impersonating accounts, but not parody accounts, making it mysterious as to why @georgeisinhell was taken down. Why Twitter is making fun of his death To say Bush Sr. left a polarized presidential legacy behind…

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Twitter suspended someone for tweeting as George Bush Sr. in hell
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