There’s just something weird about a smug Leftist like Sally Kohn using this quote as a means to prove something.
What she’s trying to prove, we’re not entirely sure.
“Nobody’s ever been convinced by being made to feel stupid.” — @NYTimesCohen quoting Abe Streep
— Sally Kohn (@sallykohn) May 30, 2017
From The New York Times:
These are composites from Trump World. It’s important to hear people out. That’s democracy: listening to what people say. There are hateful racists among Trump supporters; there are also many decent, thoughtful, anxious, patriotic Americans who felt they were losing some part of their country’s essence. The liberal complacency that holds that these people simply need to be “educated” is self-defeating. If that’s what the Democratic Party exudes — coastal complacency — it will lose, just like Ms. Clinton did last year.’
The opinion piece makes a decent point (except we’re still not a Democracy), but Sally sharing it is beyond fail and total hypocrisy.
Doubt she sees that though.
— David Hauser (@daveswrite) May 30, 2017
What, you mean calling people names won’t get them to vote for you? Get outta here.
— NHS (@2fish1whale) May 30, 2017
— (((JeffMcIrish))) (@JeffMcIrish) May 30, 2017
Hands up don’t shoot ring any bells?
OOPS: Chelsea Handler’s swing at Trump and ‘sexist’ allies POPS Obama and Hillary right in the kisser https://t.co/CFCg2dP2Hr
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) May 30, 2017