The good people at the American television network CBS have fired one of their employees, Hayley Geftman-Gold, a vice president of business affairs, for the insensitive comments she shared on her Facebook page. The post was about the shooting in Las Vegas the other day. It was the worst mass shooting in American history. 59 people were killed and 527 more were injured when a gunman opened fire on a Country Music Festival.

Geftman-Gold: ‘I’m actually not even sympathetic’ to massacre victims

Geftman-Gold’s post read that she had “no hope” that the Republican Party will do anything to change US gun laws and tighten them in the wake of the Las Vegas massacre, because they “wouldn’t do anything when children were murdered,” referring to the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre a few years ago.

That was all fine, but then Geftman-Gold took it one step too far. She wrote, “I’m actually not even sympathetic” for the victims of the attack, her reasoning being that they were attending a country music festival, and “country music fans often are Republican gun toters.”

CBS released a statement calling her comments “deeply unacceptable” and said that they “violated the standards of our company,” so they fired her. She’s since been receiving death threats, and her lawyer has said to instead just focus on supporting the victims and their families. Ironic, considering that if Geftman-Gold had simply done that in the first place, she’d still have a job and she wouldn’t be receiving these death threats.