Herman Cain’s political takes from beyond the grave will continue — even if some Twitter users think it’s dirty pool — because they’re not breaking any rules.
The late pizza tycoon and politician’s Twitter account raised eyebrows Wednesday night when it started firing off anti-Joe Biden posts in response to Joe announcing Kamala Harris as his running mate.
The tweets drew a mixed reaction — some joked Cain had jumped online posthumously to keep supporting President Trump. But, others fumed the account was violating Twitter policy … since the person posting is obviously not HC.
Not so, according to a Twitter spokesperson, who tells us the profile info and images have been updated to reflect who is truly managing the account … so, it’s all Kosher.
The new group in charge calls itself “The Cain Gang,” and — led by his daughter Dr. Melanie Cain Gallo — vows to continue working on his political mission.
Since Wednesday, that’s included several tweets and retweets supporting Trump and slamming his opponents.
The updated account also includes a disclaimer … “The Cain Gang consists of different writers who have their own opinions. We all lean right, but we’re also individuals. Each piece reflects the opinions of that writer. That’s how Herman wanted it to work.”
As we reported … Cain died last month from COVID-19. He tested positive for the virus after attending Trump’s Tulsa rally on June 20 — where he was seen without a face mask.
He spent about a month in a hospital before he passed at age 74.