We know we just gave Sally Kohn the business yesterday over her mind-blowingly stupid take on ISIS, but this is just too good to let go:
Day before Paris attacks, 43 people killed by suicide bombs in Beirut. But little media coverage, b/c doesn't advance white fear narrative.
— Sally Kohn (@sallykohn) November 17, 2015
A big one.
Are you comfortable taking a paycheck from an organization that advances the white fear narrative? https://t.co/wP0DikKCny
— Jay Caruso (@JayCaruso) November 17, 2015
@sallykohn “white fear narrative.” True lunacy.
— (e) (@e0wiii) November 17, 2015
@sallykohn You think only white people are afraid of ISIS or terrorists? You have lost your mind.
— Right In The Beach (@rightinthebeach) November 17, 2015
She certainly seems to have misplaced her memory:
@sallykohn where was your coverage?
— kitty (@mkbl) November 17, 2015
@sallykohn you're in the media. Did you cover it?
— Edward (@US395) November 17, 2015
@sallykohn Aren't you in the media?What was your coverage?
— Jean Tuttle (@waffle721) November 17, 2015
— Theresa Sickles (@tsickles321) November 17, 2015
As a matter of fact …
Scan's @sallykohn's timeline from day before Paris attacks. Sees no mention of Beirut.
— THE Chris Coon (@Coondawg68) November 17, 2015
Guess Sally didn’t see her reflection in that glass house she’s been living in.
@sallykohn what kept you from covering it? Because you didn't
— mcbob (@mcbob) November 17, 2015
— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) November 17, 2015
@sallykohn So, you're criticizing yourself for not writing about Beirut?
— LeighPatrickSullivan (@LeighPatrick) November 17, 2015
@sallykohn went to retweet your Beirut tweet from last week but, weird, there wasnt one. Stop with the white privilege bullshit narrative.
— Sean Sovereign (@RiteyIndependnt) November 17, 2015