One would think that after the Roseburg, Oregon, shooting in which a deranged Christophobe brutally murdered nine people for being Christians, liberals would curb their Christophobic hate — at least for a little while. One would be wrong, however, as some have continued their descent into weapons-grade stupid.
On Friday, CNN contributor Sally Kohn proved once again that liberalism is an ideology of anti-Christian rage and hate with a maddening tweet comparing U.S. Christians to members of the Muslim Brotherhood:
"Lest you think America is perfect… I fight the Muslim Brotherhood over there AND the Christian Brotherhood here." @monaeltahawy
— Sally Kohn (@sallykohn) October 10, 2015
Translation: America sucks, and so do U.S. Christians. Tweeters responded pretty much as you’d expect.
— ¡El Sooopèrr! ن c137 (@SooperMexican) October 10, 2015
— Blizzard Lizzard (@PopsClazy) October 10, 2015
— Yellow Vest JoLissa Freedom (@JoLissa13) October 10, 2015
True. And an ideology of rage and hate.
— Mr. Shepard (@JShep33) October 10, 2015
Good point. Too bad it’s wasted on someone who really doesn’t care.
— David Boze (@DavidBozeShow) October 10, 2015
— Christy Waters (@ThatChristyChic) October 10, 2015
Sure sounds like it to me.
Christians want to save you and tell you about Jesus. Muslims want to toss you off a building. There's really no comparison. @sallykohn
— AW (@ArtbyAWOHS) October 10, 2015
Bingo. Again, the sentiment is lost on someone who really doesn’t want to hear about it.
— patriotjones (@patriot_jones) October 10, 2015
— Individual1der (@Thewbert3) October 10, 2015
I vote for the latter.
— Neil Hansen (@njh2005) October 10, 2015
It’s even worse than that. What Kohn has done is lump the vast majority of Americans in with a group of Islamic radicals, and it’s highly offensive. But that’s what liberals do. Trust me on this — if someone did it to them, they’d be demanding apologies…
One person asked:
— Reformed Elitist (@ReformedEllie) October 10, 2015
Because that’s the liberal way. The goal is to foment hate and possibly even more violence against Christians. And yes, if there’s another Roseburg where people are murdered for their Christian faith, Kohn and others like her will have blood on their hands for fostering an environment of anti-Christian hate.
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