Gotta ruin every damn thing. https://t.co/Ht1EvcH45b
— OscDawg (@omg8185) December 26, 2016
Christmas was yesterday, and many spent some time being entertained by a certain classic movie. Salon would now like to explain just how awful the film is:
This innocent-seeming Reagan-era Christmas classic reveals much about America's shifting racial narrative https://t.co/RMX2og55l2
— Salon (@Salon) December 26, 2016
Somehow “Christmas Story” might well explain why Trump was elected, or something:
These yearnings for a particular fictional version of the American past continue to loom large in 2016, as the proto-fascist Donald Trump, promising to “Make America Great Again,” won over tens of millions of angry white voters and captured the White House, apparently with the aid of his foreign sponsor, Vladimir Putin.
Does Salon know how to party, or what!?
@Salon Delete your account.
— (((Physics Geek))) (@physicsgeek) December 26, 2016
Dear God…you morons never quit lowering the stupidity bar. https://t.co/06a4gA1rbM
— American Tweeter (@DoomsDaddy) December 26, 2016
You're F-ing kidding me now. https://t.co/y8mXKq5OjT
— A.J. Upton (@ajuptonwrites) December 26, 2016
Gosh, he's right! There weren't any scenes featuring KKK rallies in A CHRISTMAS STORY! https://t.co/N90GpLaQne
— Nick Mamatas (@NMamatas) December 26, 2016
@Salon Stop writing this drivel.
— Dustin Collis (@collisindc) December 26, 2016
"Everything good will be smashed, because, WHY DIDN'T MOMMY AND DADDY LOVE ME ENOUGH TO STAY TOGETHER!?!?" https://t.co/l1ajXJH6sh
— THE Chris Coon (@Coondawg68) December 26, 2016