Next thing ya’ know she’ll be yelling at complete strangers for wearing a certain hat.
You guys remember Natalie Weiner, right? She’s the ‘sports journo’ who was so enraged at a man for wearing a MAGA hat at a jazz show that she yelled at him, came on Twitter to brag about yelling at him, then locked her account when Twitter pointed out how she was the bad guy in her story.
Would appear she has unlocked her account but didn’t exactly learn anything from the experience.
who needs a dystopian future when you can have a dystopian present https://t.co/LxUHXaPj9K
— Natalie Weiner (@natalieweiner) May 9, 2019
Right? Because arming willing and trained teachers to protect classrooms is so dystopian.
We’re not entirely sure she knows what that word means.
Hi Natalie. Shouldn't you be at a jazz festival and keeping your political opinions to yourself. I'd hate to see you have to lock down again due to your complete lack of self-awareness and hatred of people who have the nerve to think differently than you. #DontBeANatalie https://t.co/2vjVYc79Gn
— G (@TCC_Grouchy) May 9, 2019
— Allen (@raiderbrown1988) May 9, 2019
One has to wonder if she yells at this image of herself.
Right. Much better that the teachers have NO WAY to defend themselves or their students. Idiot.
— Gary HokieHawk (@grsvt81) May 9, 2019
But tell us how you really feel, Gary.
Wait…so, instead of foreseeing a future of great suffering and injustice, it's like seeing that future of great suffering and injustice now, but without the obvious great suffering and injustice part which remains an imagined future?
— Jean Paul Zodeaux (@JeanPaulZodeaux) May 9, 2019
Well, now we’re confused too. Thanks a lot, pal!
That word doesn't quite mean what you imagine it to mean, dearest.
— Gay Centrist (@CentristGay) May 9, 2019
We here in Florida are pleased, about time another layer of protection got added.
— scott coleman 🍄 (@bandphan) May 9, 2019
In other words, mind your own damn business.
You're not good at knowing stuff.
— King Cammo, Queen Sarahs tweet squire (@RJP_AF) May 9, 2019
Interesting. You see injustice in teachers being armed. I see people not being afraid to defend themselves. I’d say that was the opposite of a dystopian present.
— Because I Said So (@AJ_FranklinGirl) May 9, 2019
Maybe you should go yell at some random strangers to feel better about yourself
— Kevin (@PennStateKev) May 9, 2019
And there it is.
You should totally go far, far off grid to survive this dystopian hellscape. Good luck, Natalie.
— Bill (@BillyBlue37) May 9, 2019
Good luck indeed, Natalie.