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Harvard prof/CNN analyst who said Freedom Convoy protesters should have tires slashed & be arrested is surprised people are getting so emotional over it

Earlier today we told you about Harvard professor and CNN analyst Juliette Kayyem saying that the Freedom Convoy protest at the Ambassador Bridge needs to be forced to end. How so? Kayyem said “slash the tires, empty gas tanks, arrest the drivers, and move the trucks.”


You’ve probably already caught the flaw in logic.

Stephen L. Miller had a question for Kayyem:

Her response is something else:

There have been plenty of emotions, but most of them are coming from the person who did those tweets.

But apparently in a very calm and unemotional way.


CNN knows how to pick ’em!


Irony can be so ironic sometimes.

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