The communications manager of Sheep Hall Hall MP Jared Mara resigned in a flurry of evil tweets published on the MP's own Twitter account.
In a thread, Gareth Arnold – a member of Mr O & # 39; Mara's constituency staff – accused him of "inexcusable contempt" for constituents.
"Jared, you're the most disgusting morally bankrupt person I've ever had the displeasure of working with," was Posted by Mr Mara's Account.
The BBC asked Mr Mara to comment.
The Twitter thread continued: "Fell Hallam so much better than you. You have wasted opportunities that people dare not even dream of."
The thread told the MP to "call a by-election" and told Mr Mara to consider the Twitter articles as his "resignation".
Mr. Mara, 37, left the Labor Party in July 2018 after being suspended over alleged misogynistic and homophobic comments posted online.
His victory against former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg in the Hall of Fame Hallam was one of the shocks of the general election in 2017.
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Mr Arnold, who describes himself as a blogger and a digital marketing professional, was raised in 2014, when he established a social media account called Britain's Furst, which was intended to trample Britain's right-wing political group first.
The following year, he has established a satirical news website and posted fake news articles to peal tabloid titles.
He told BBC 5 Live that he had been working for Mr. Mara for eight weeks but he had known him "for years".
When he asked about the method of his resignation, he said: "I'm standing outside, it seems like a really terrible thing."
But he added: "We have left a situation where there are people in the hall that are not represented. There are people waiting for their immigration status. There are people who do not have houses, there are people who have their benefits. Stopped, and everything stopped just because he was not prepared to do his job properly.
"Yes, this was a ridiculous explanation, but this is the one thing I think could motivate change."
The current Independent MP spoke to the BBC earlier this month and said it intended to stand for election again despite criticism of its record.
"I go some way, and I'm here for you whether you want me here or not." He said at the time.
"With the support of those around me and with renewed vigor, I'll be the next time."
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