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Virginia politician tweets offering reward for nude photos of Texas game hunter

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Kendall Jones might be the most hated college cheerleader at Texas Tech University after posting photos of big game she has killed; all the while smiling that cheesy smile animal advocates and thousands of other people find both annoying and disturbing.

But now there's more as Lubbockonline.com. reports a Twitter account alleged to be from Virginia democrat Mike Dickinson recently tweeting the following:

"I have 100k to anyone who has nude photos or videos of #kendalljones at Texas tech. She deserves to be a target."

Last week Facebook removed the photos of dead game animals Jones had posted on her Facebook stating the pictures violated their Terms of Service:

"We remove reported content that promotes poaching of endangered species, the sale of animals for organized fight or content that includes extreme acts of abuse."

A firestorm of criticism erupted when the photos appeared, and over 20,000 posts and 130,000 people signed an online petition asking Facebook to remove the objectionable photographs audiences stated depicted and promoted animal cruelty. Although the photos were removed, Jones put them back up after appearing on a Fox News Channel "Fox and Friends" interview.

Facebook declined to comment why the montage has been permitted on Facebook again.

Meanwhile Dickinson, who is seeking a House seat and is running against Republican Representative Eric Cantor doesn't seem to have much respect for the State of Texas coming out with tweets such as:

“Texas has some decent parts. But it's a state hijacked by morons not to mention the fracking going on.”

“I don't care if they boo hoo. I keep it going. Outrage fuels my fire.”

As for more of Dickinson's tweets, some of which can be deemed totally inappropriate comments about Jones, you can read them for yourself and decide by clicking here.

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