You know the face you make when you’re sitting at a red light and the car in front of you doesn’t go when the light finally turns green because he or she is on their freakin’ cellphone? Yup, just made that face.
Apparently, this academic ‘gent’ named Alan Keenan thinks the victims of the Sri Lanka terror attack could ‘very well be Muslims’ because of all that Islamophobia out there.
— Andy Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) April 22, 2019
Yah. That's the kind of thing that is going to anger people.
— Logan Carryall (@goNhavefun) April 22, 2019
That was some backwards thinking.
— Jason Townsend (@jasetownsend) April 22, 2019
Um, I call bull on that.
— Go Habs (@GHabs9) April 22, 2019
Yeah, us too.
This is pretty much textbook "outsulting". pic.twitter.com/ThbPjtcQal
— Politixionary (@Politixionary) April 22, 2019
‘Outsulting’. Alrighty then, we learn something new every day.
And actually, this makes sense here.
The first mistake is listening to an “Academic.”
— Yukon Cornelius (@D1Overson) April 22, 2019
Good point, our bad.
Is this the “whataboutism” we hear so much about?
— Shirley Larkin Davis (@NuttysGirl) April 22, 2019
Or gaslighting, yup.
— Mick Jackson (@bdglfr24) April 22, 2019
They were in CHURCH! ON EASTER SUNDAY! How in the world would they be Muslims?
— Monica Taylor (@MonicaLV1962) April 22, 2019
I wouldn't call Alan an academic. Rather, an activist. Big difference.
— Chihuahua Books™ (@Pablo_Chihuahua) April 22, 2019
The victim card has been over played and water carriers like this enabler lend cover to atrocities committed against Christians worldwide.
— Carlos Martillo (@carlusmartellus) April 22, 2019
Surely Carlos means ‘Easter Worshippers’, right?