Gay CNN Anchor Posts Crazy Tweet About Sharia; Gets Destroyed in Seconds

CNN anchor Sally Kohn posted what has to be one of the dumbest tweets ever — and that’s saying something given that Kanye West is a frequent tweeter — where she claimed that many Muslims who follow Sharia law are “progressive.”

Kohn, a raging liberal blowhard, is also a homosexual. Apparently she didn’t get the memo that under Sharia law, homosexuality is punishable by death.

Kohn actually said that we should support the many Sharia-believing Muslims whom she labels “progressive.”

The fact that Kohn thinks that we should support Muslims that believe in Sharia is patently absurd given the fact that Sharia is completely incompatible with American law, not to mention barbaric.

The other point, that she labels many Sharia law believing Muslims “progressive,” just outed the hypocrisy of the progressive movement — undoubtedly not her intention.

The progressive movement doesn’t care one bit about human rights — it is nothing more than an agenda to fundamentally transform the United States and cede power to the federal government.

Kohn herself pointed to this idea when she called Muslims who believe in a legal system that calls for homosexuals like herself to be killed, progressive.

The CNN anchor was called out on Twitter by others who saw the massive hypocrisy of her statement:

Kohn, like other liberals, doesn’t care about human rights abuses. If they did, they would condemn Sharia law and those that adhere to it.

nstead, liberals choose to demonize those on the right for simply disagreeing with them, yet side with those that would kill them if given the opportunity.

Liberals want to fundamentally transform the country, and in order to do so they need to tear apart everything that America was founded on… and they have no moral qualms with supporting Sharia law and thwarting our ability to fight radical Islam to do it.

H/T Allen B. West, The Blaze

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