Tweet of the Day: Possibly the most repulsive tweet you’ll ever see

Tweet of the Day: Possibly the most repulsive tweet you’ll ever see
Brian Fallon (Image via Twitter)

Some abominations appear on Twitter — there’s no question. But this one may actually set a record for being both tasteless and so off the mark as to be obscene.

The author is Brian Fallon, whose name you may recall from the 2016 campaign season during which he functioned as Hillary Clinton’s press secretary.

Now this smug and repulsive weasel is working as a commentator for CNN, which has to be perfect fit if ever there was one. He shilled for Clinton for a fee during the election season, and CNN did the same (possibly for a fee as well, though that remains to be seen).

Anyway, Fallon sought to seek moral equivalence between antifa and … well, see for yourself.

How dare this cretin compare the Allied forces that took part in the invasion of Normandy June 6, 1944. The mission was fraught with peril, as each of the soldiers who embarked on it knew. Some 10,000 of them made the ultimate sacrifice the first day of the invasion.

If you’ve ever visited the D-Day beaches, you get a profound sense of the dedication to country that each of these men made. They’re still there, resting in the serene military cemetery above the beach, which affords a breathtaking expanse of the English Channel. The well-manicured lawns and stately rows of crosses, punctuated by the occasional Star of David, brings a lump to the throat and tear to the eye of every patriotic American who visits.

That may exclude Brian Fallon, who believes the courage and valor of these heroes is matched by the violent antics of a ragtag agglomeration of street thugs who burn the Stars and Stripes for their personal amusement. A pox on him!

Ben Bowles

Ben Bowles

Ben Bowles is a freelance writer.

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