If you’re not familiar with OANN’s Emerald Robinson, congratulations. You’ve managed to make it this far in life without being subjected to her reliably awful takes on basically everything.

Generally speaking, the only thing she’s worth is ignoring. But we’d be doing everyone a disservice if we didn’t call her out for her latest B.S., a baseless garbage attack on National Review’s David French, who’s been engaged in a sometimes contentious back-and-forth with New York Post op-ed editor Sohrab Ahmari. After French had the temerity to suggest last week that the government shouldn’t be used as a weapon against the First Amendment:

Robinson chimed in today with her characteristically completely wrong take on the situation:

Imagine being proud of churning out that kind of verbal vomit.

No kidding. She tweeted this about Jonah Goldberg over the weekend:

Goldberg wasn’t “thrown out of the [sic] National Review”; he left his position on good terms to pursue a new project with Stephen Hayes, formerly of the Weekly Standard, and will remain a fellow at National Review Institute — and remains friends with his former colleagues. So to answer your question, Emerald, you. You were wrong. Just as you’re wrong about David French.

It’s the one thing she’s good at.