Alec Baldwin is in the news again for yet another possibly homophobic Twitter rant. This time, the actor’s target was Garrett Jackson, a former aide for Mitt Romney. The former 30 Rock star quickly deleted the controversial tweets in question, but they live on thanks to some manual retweets from Jackson.

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Baldwin’s latest twitter feud began with a seemingly innocuous tweet about the film Above All Else. The documentary details the efforts to stop construction of an oil pipeline in Texas.



This Alec Baldwin tweet apparently did not sit well with Garrett Jackson, who replied with the below message.

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Alec Baldwin’s feud with Garrett Jackson only heated up from there, and it was not long before the former Romney aide brought up Baldwin’s infamous fight with a New York Daily News photographer.

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That last hashtag from Garrett Jackson referred to Alec Baldwin’s brief stint on MSNBC. Baldwin was hired for his own late show on the network, only to lose his job after yelling a homophobic slur at a photographer.  But these insults from Jackson only further intensified Alec Baldwin’s Twitter rant.



These tweets must have sent Alec Baldwin over the edge, as he quickly replied with a seemingly homophobic message to Garrett Jackson.



Alec Baldwin quickly deleted his possibly homophobic tweet, which only further fired up Garrett Jackson. In his final series of messages in this feud, the former Romney aide brought up the actor’s threatening voicemail to then-11-year-old daughter Ireland in 2007.







Hours after this latest Alec Baldwin homophobia scandal, the news quickly went viral on sites like Buzzfeed  and ABC News. Baldwin fired back at these and other media outlets in another series of tweets, though it’s not clear if these messages came before or after ABC’s story on the Twitter feud.

Alec Baldwin also mentioned the Daily Mail in these final tweets. The actor has feuded with that tabloid ever since a the reporter falsely accused Alec’s wife, Hilaria Baldwin, of tweeting at James Gandolfini’s funeral. The actor famously called one the reporter in question a homophobic slur during another Twitter rant.