Left Wing CNN Contributor Sally Kohn Shifts Blame to Christians After Orlando Attack

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What’s a leftist to do when an Islamic terrorist who’s also a registered Democrat kills dozens of innocent gay people? Blame Christianity, of course. That’s just what CNN’s Sally Kohn is doing.

The Daily Caller reports:

CNN Contributor Shifts Blame To Christians After Islamic Terrorist Attack In Orlando

Leftist CNN contributor Sally Kohn attempted to shift the narrative to Christians in the aftermath of radical Islamic terrorist who killed 49 people in a gay bar in Orlando, Florida.

On Monday, Kohn tweeted, “Hey right wing Christians desperately trying to point out that right wing Muslims are more anti-gay than you are: Your guilt is showing!”

A few minutes later, Kohn followed up that tweet with this: “Last I checked, it’s not Muslim religious extremists shooting up abortion clinics and killing abortion doctors.”

We can’t let facts get in the way of the progressive narrative, can we?

Comments

  1. Jim says

    How stupid can you get? Oh wait, she a democrat. Their mindset is such that when you are in a hole, keep digging. That the way liberals think. A socialist will use a pre-dug hole created by a useful idiots, a communist will use a pre-dug hole by the same useful idiots, and then execute them.

  2. ljm4 says

    Sure glad there were enough complaints about her at FOX to get her off the air on both the New and Business channels. She’s a real piece of work…

  3. keke says

    OMG, Kohn is an abject idiot. Her lack of reasoning ability is simply stunning and is a great example of how a skewed liberal mind struggles to function..

  4. salg says

    Christianity says homosexuality is a sin, islam says it is a crime punishable by death. that’s the same, if you don’t believe me ask sally

  5. DarkAngelMichael says

    Someone cover that stupid face with a Burqa and beat her for speaking out of place.
    We can marry her off to the first Bedouin that passes through so we can be done with her ramblings.

  6. rs1123 says

    Last I checked, it’s not Christians dropping gays off of tall buildings headfirst, or stoning their young women to death to save the family honor because someone raped them.

  7. Craig A Sheffield says

    Wow, what she is saying makes no logical sense. I have been a Christian for the past 31 years of my life (I am 47 now), and I have never shot up an abortion clinic, nor do I even hate abortionists. Christ commands us to love everyone, but we do not have to like their ways that go against the Bible. If a gay person would come to me for food, or a cold drink, I would gladly share, even though I disagree with their lifestyle. We don’t have to agree or even like each other, but love goes so much further. ☺

  8. LarryEF says

    Sally is a bigoted bictcth and she has nothing important to say, that’s why she is a contributor, they have to give a job to a lesibiian so she showed up nitwit and all.

  9. LarryEF says

    As far as muslims go about shooting up abortion clinics, well, they just haven’t gotten around to it yet. There are too many more rich targets out there. Give them time. Besides, Sally doesn’t care about breeders.

  10. says

    It’s a shame she chose to try to pretzel this tragedy into an indictment of Christians. Christians have nothing to do with this, at least from what we know so far. Some evangelicals are attempting to use their religion to excuse their bigotry and hatred for LGBTQ Americans. And that’s very sad. But that is unrelated to the horror at the Pulse nightclub. To try to tar Christians with it delegitimizes her larger message and cheapens what LGBTQ Americans have to go through.

      • says

        Righhhhht. And I suppose the 200+ anti-LGBTQ bills introduced in the legislatures in 34 states so far this year are signs of the evangelicals love for gay, lesbian and transgender Americans? How exactly are LGBTQ Americans targeting Christians? By asking them to have ordinary social interactions with them, exactly as they do everyone else? By expecting to be treated exactly the same way Christians are supposed to treat everyone? Yeah, that’s horribly prejudiced.

          • says

            It stands either for “questioning” or gender non-conforming. To be perfectly honest, I don’t understand why it’s added to the acronym. I don’t understand how someone covered by that term has any unique needs or issues that are different from the rest of the community. But, I use it out of respect.

  11. Briez says

    Sally, innocent gay people were unscrupulously slaughtered at a popular night club in Orlando, by a gay man who was a radicalized Islamic extremist. We realize this doesn’t fit into your Liberal bubble world view.

  12. DD says

    Sally Kohn is one of the LGBT community’s most virulent haters, and that makes her one of the biggest hypocrites as well! Having public spokes-people like her is part of their problem.

  13. DD says

    Just because there are ‘groups’ of people who do not agree with all the lifestyles, orientations, or demands of ‘LGBTQ+’, that does not equate to hatred. Let’s be clear, for most people, from any group, disagreement does NOT equate to hatred! That does not follow with people like Sally Kohn though, she does fit the label, hater! BTW, the plus stands for QP2SAA, and growing! What it boils down to in the end is, you must ‘accept and support ANYTHING,’ or you will be labeled a hater of something by the zealots on the left who are intolerant hypocrites themselves!

  14. Debbie Oxier says

    I am a Christian and while I might not agree with someone’s lifestyle, I don’t wish them any harm. The media continually tells us not all Muslims are extremists, well the same is true of Christians but you don’t hear them defending us. They sure don’t mind lumping all of us in one basket.

  15. Tarzan322 says

    What a tool. Both Islam and Christianity are to blame for much of the problems in this world today. Neither one is any better than the other because both are about political control over the people. We can do without both of them, and be much better off. There is nothing that any religion can give us that we can’t achieve by uniting people as human beings, and teaching respect for life and others.

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