Hypocrisy: Sally Kohn, Star Jones whine about #AskFLOTUS ‘non-civility’; Teachable Moment ensues

No, no! That’s not allowed, you see. How dare you ask questions, even if they are requested from you? As we reported yesterday, Michelle Obama solicited questions on Twitter using the hashtag #askFLOTUS. Ask, and ye shall receive! But, you see, actual questions about real issues do not suit.

Sally Kohn took to Fox News to whine about how “uncivil” it was.

Here is the video of her appearance, if you can stomach it:

Some immediately noticed a little something called hypocrisy.

Whatever! Civility for thee, but not for me. Dissent is no longer patriotic, remember? It’s now totally racist or something.

Oh, Star Jones. Once again playing the race card, like the time she said that the GOP is “salty” over a “brown man in the White House.” Of course, it’s totally fine when Star Jones herself hurls racial slurs at Artur Davis.

The always inane Sally Kohn then doubled down with talk about “civility.”

Bless her heart. Civility? Like the time she said ‘the House GOP is a blood clot on the brain of America.’ Or when Star Jones elder-bashed Clint Eastwood as a “drunk uncle.” Or when she slams Sarah Palin: That totally doesn’t count, because she has it coming, right?

Yep, call the waahm-bulance!

Sally doesn’t like questions of import. In fact, she recently tweeted to conservatives that “no one gives a sh*t about Fast and Furious.” Sally has spoken. How dare you care about real issues?

Twitter users kindly provide Ms. Kohn with some truths.

Bingo. And what about President Obama himself? “Get in their faces”: Good. Simply asking questions via Twitter: Oh, the horror.

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