When we say at least these signs are homemade, we really do mean it. Any time anything happens in America, some group on the left already has placards printed up and ready to hand out. Take, for instance, the fill-in-the-blank signs that were ready to go the second President Trump announced his Supreme Court nominee, whoever it turned out to be.
— Ben Sasse (@BenSasse) February 1, 2017
So though we’re sure their intentions were good, it doesn’t look like a lot of planning went into this anti-hate rally/press conference in Atlantic City.
"We will not allow the clock to be turned back," says Atlantic City Council man Shabazz at anti-hate rally pic.twitter.com/NrId0AtQbR
— Lynda Cohen (@LyndaCohen) August 16, 2017
Ignore the misspelling on the one sign and look closely enough at the other and you’ll see that “Hate” appears to be crossed out … but we’re still confused. No hate does belong here?
— Edward Lea (@acpresslea) August 16, 2017
And if you were wondering, no, it’s not a Photoshop.
Kaleem Shabazz started off the event, then inviting local religious leaders to speak. pic.twitter.com/902rmgT7qs
— Erin Serpico (@ACPressSerpico) August 16, 2017
Literally sending mixed messages https://t.co/4mdQtBDtnH
— Jitney Guy (@JitneyGuy) August 16, 2017
— Bethany (@imqualifying) August 16, 2017
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— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) April 30, 2017
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