WaPo editorial meeting:
"Guys we need content. Pitches please"
"Thinking of going after Mother Teresa."
"Great. Have a draft by noon"
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) September 1, 2016
Mother Teresa will be canonized this weekend. So, naturally, the Washington Post saw fit to dust off and update this exposé from late last year:
Why Mother Teresa is still no saint to many of her criticshttps://t.co/U4lylq3Ksj
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) September 1, 2016
Wow, great work, guys!
— Lem (@Lemang01) September 1, 2016
— Mike Warren (@MichaelRWarren) September 1, 2016
Does the Pope know about this???
— frank rokket (@frankrokala) September 1, 2016
@washingtonpost BREAKING NEWS: Christians want to spread Christianity😱😱😱😱
— Joy Jeremiah (@joyTtheworld) September 1, 2016
— Christian Pilgrim (@chrispilgrim77) September 1, 2016
— cbdavis (@davis_claribeth) September 1, 2016
And to think, she almost got away with it undetected!
@washingtonpost Seriously? Trying to convert people to Christianity in a kind, loving manner while doing good works is offensive?
— ConservatIveSoCalGal (@DebraJarvis2) September 1, 2016
Well, now we know.
Glad the WaPo is putting their resources to such good use.
— James McAfee (@eraser48) September 1, 2016
— FallingDebris (@VolatileAmine) September 1, 2016
Editor’s note: This post has been updated with additional text and tweets.
The Washington Post: a place where Mother Teresa is demonized and Cecile Richards is canonized pic.twitter.com/q0KxipXJuL
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) September 1, 2016