On Saturday as Hurricane Irma slammed into Cuba, people all around the world were watching and praying for those living in the Communist nation, even those with family stationed there:
My brother-in-law is currently stationed in Cuba with his wife and kids. Please say a quick prayer for their safety during #HurricaneIrma ❤️
— KP (@krisp__y) September 9, 2017
Not an unreasonable request, asking for prayers for family members stationed in Cuba. Apparently though Kat Bee took issue with ‘white people’ being concerned:
Americans at Guantanmo have resources and supplies to weather a storm. Ordinary Cubans don't. White people, stay in yr lane on this one. https://t.co/YUXmLmjvrq
— Kat Bee (@katbeee) September 9, 2017
First and foremost, hurricanes don’t give a damn about your resources and supplies, if you take a direct hit it is incredibly dangerous. Second, people of all colors serve in our military, the gal’s brother-in-law isn’t necessarily white.
And third, shut up Kat.
Full transparency, we have no idea who Kat is but apparently Twitter saw fit to verify her.
Wow! You do realize that it's the communist regime that has kept the Cuban citizens in poverty. Also the Americans would welcome them in….
— Daniel Parris✝️?? (@TheAngelofWrath) September 9, 2017
Shhh … she’s on a roll.
You're a bad person.
— EducatédHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) September 9, 2017
Or at least extraordinarily uninformed.
You realize you’re assuming a military base is “white people”? Also it’s OK to wish people of any race well during a hurricane, imbecile.
— GregEsq (@GregEsq) September 9, 2017
She's pissed off that Cuba doesn't take care of its people and blaming that on white people?
— Dan Kay (@ItsStillDan) September 9, 2017
Maybe she should be angry at Cuba? Communism? Just spitballin’ here.
No, Cuba is an egalitarian success story and ordinary Cubans have everything they need, including great healthcare and storm resources.
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) September 9, 2017
Yes. Somehow white people are to blame for the plight of the Cuban people (and not the Commie dictators) over the last 60 years.
— RandomNameChange (@JStgoalie) September 9, 2017
Maybe you could use your talents & pick a "lane" to help bring an end to the oppressive Cuban régime instead of blaming white people.
— Kimberly (@conkc2) September 9, 2017
Wait, you want her to actually do something and not just sit on Twitter tweeting silly things?
Kate, since you are white, & Liberal, stay in your lane and sit this out. Apparently you know nothing of the oppressive cuban government.
— Paul A Marketos (@PaulAMarketos) September 9, 2017
You can see this didn’t exactly go all that well for Kat.
696 ding dongs were butthurt when told not everything needs to be about Americans ? pic.twitter.com/ASkhgQ8DtC
— Kat Bee (@katbeee) September 10, 2017
Because attacking a woman asking for prayers for her brother-in-law ISN’T butthurt, you ding dong. *eye roll*
Because you compared a military base to a communist shithole and somehow managed to make it about white people.
Stop with the dumb.
— The Real Roadbeer (@RoadbeerReborn) September 10, 2017
Ironically she was later concerned about her 84-year-old tia in Tampa … after she mocked Americans for being concerned about relatives in Cuba.
I enjoy how she mocks an American for worrying about relatives in Cuba then worries about her Cuban relative in America. pic.twitter.com/fXARuMdN5P
— Mo Mo (@molratty) September 10, 2017
Don’t ever change, Twitter.
Oh, good news BTW:
Update: his wife texted this AM & said it shifted North of them so they didn't get a direct hit. They're ok ❤️ thanks so much 4 the prayers!
— KP (@krisp__y) September 9, 2017
The power of prayer.