“The coward posted it just hours before his terrorist attack,” tweeted Hegseth as he shared the tweet.
On Instagram, Hegseth condemned Twitter for locking his account, accusing the platform of doing the bidding of radical Islam.
“Yesterday, I was BANNED from @twitter — because I posted a screen shot of the terrorist from Florida tweeting his Islamist motivations,” said Hegseth.
“That’s it, a screen shot of a terrorist in his own words.”“If they can ban me, they will ban anyone.
According to the Daily Mail, the terrorist’s twitter account has been taken down, but it contained posts praising Osama bin Laden and attacking Israel.