She used the hashtags #AltonSterling #PhilandoCastile.
Aware of the ongoing firestorm, presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign was quick to fire back a response from her account.
The latest offense to be lumped under the "PC" banner is a tweet by The Donald displaying Hillary Clinton on a backdrop of $100 bills with what looks like a Star of David with the words "Most Corrupt Candidate Ever!" written inside. Not happy with the ordeal, Trump said "They shouldn't have taken it down", leaving the door open for further use of the image in the future.
"Too bad, you should have left it up", he said.
"Where is the outrage for this Disney book?"he posted".
This is by no means the first controversial comment made by Trump. "Dishonest media!" he wrote.
Brad Rose, a NY intellectual property lawyer and RJC board member, told The Post that Trump's tweet was indicative of a "reckless" campaign.
"Last night's horrific execution-style shootings of 12 Dallas law enforcement officers - five of whom were killed and seven wounded - is an attack on our country".
"We are deeply concerned by suggestions that Muslim Americans should be targeted by law enforcement, simply due to their faith". We must restore the confidence of our people to be safe and secure in their homes and on the street. But he said Trump's comments on other minority groups represented "one of the most unsafe trends in American politics in my lifetime, and I've been around a long time". Racial tensions have gotten worse, not better.
"We call on all Americans - in their communities and on the national stage - to refrain from and denounce all forms of hatred and extremism".
Due to the tax exempt status of most of the organizations signed on the letter, they can not wade into election politics, thus the more general call addressed to all candidates.
See Bell's tweet below.