‘Sympathy’ for terrorist? ‘ALL living things suffer’ tweet on al-Baghdadi lands Jamie Lee Curtis in hot water
Reacting to US President Donald Trump’s triumphalist comments of al-Baghdadi’s death, Curtis pointed out that “ALL living things suffer when they are blown up.” The Hollywood activist continued with a reference to Trump’s lack of military service, writing in the since-deleted tweet: “Anyone who has experienced warfare, unlike yourself, would know that. War is brutal.”
Needless to say, Twitter was bewildered by the fact that Curtis felt the need to draw attention to Baghdadi’s suffering, given that the former Islamic State leader was himself responsible for inflicting much death and suffering in his time.
Many drew the conclusion that anti-Trump liberals simply could not permit Trump to have any kind of win whatsoever — so much so that they would seemingly rather defend a terrorist than give him credit for any success.Also on rt.com ‘Actor does job’: Fox News gun control hit piece on Jamie Lee Curtis backfires spectacularly
“Trump did it. He made them defend Baghdadi,” writer for the conservative Federalist magazine Erielle Davidson tweeted.
“She’s actually trying to garner sympathy for a terrorist who was responsible for murdering people in absolutely horrific ways, all because she hates Trump,” another user wrote.
Another tweeter told Curtis she was "destroying a lifetime of respect earned excelling at your craft” by publicly sharing such an “insane” thought.
Imagine destroying a lifetime of respect earned excelling at your craft by publicly demonstrating how insane your thoughts are. Wow. Seriously JLC? Need to get out of that bubble you are trapped in.— Joel Comm (@joelcomm) October 27, 2019
Pollster Nate Silver said it was "amazing" how many liberals could not allow Trump to have even one good day "after US forces kill perhaps the world's most wanted terrorist."
It really amazing how many Libs can't even permit Trump to have *one good day* (nobody will remember this stuff by Tuesday) after US forces kill perhaps the world's most wanted terrorist.— Nate Silver (@NateSilver538) October 27, 2019
Others pointed out that the raid was named after Kayla Mueller, the American hostage who was tortured and raped by IS militants, including Baghdadi himself, before being killed. Curtis was advised to Google Mueller’s name and “find out why you owe her parents a deep apology for being so incredibly ignorant.”
Fun Fact, Jamie: pic.twitter.com/na6BVCIgxm— Maria Isabel Santiag (@mariarguelles4) October 28, 2019
Curtis managed to end her tweet somewhat less controversially, noting that dogs are “brave, bold, loyal, loving and healing” – a reference to Trump’s comment that the brutal IS leader “died like a dog and a coward.” Twitter was flooded with comments questioning Trump’s repeated references to people “dying,” being “fired” or being “dumped” like a dog.
Hey @EricTrump, your dad will never adopt him because he hates dogs, that is obvious given how he always makes negative comparisons to dogs. “died like a dog”“fired like a dog” “dropped like a dog”“dumped like a dog”“lies like a dog”“begs like a dog”“cheated like a dog”— リチャード！ (@RichardGJP) October 28, 2019
“No disrespect to the president, but with all his “fired like a dog” and “died like a dog” talk, if I were a shelter I would not let him adopt,” one conservative columnist mused.
No disrespect to the president, but with all his “fired like a dog” and “died like a dog” talk, if I were a shelter I would not let him adopt.— Frank J. Fleming (@IMAO_) October 27, 2019
Despite Trump’s colorful description of Baghdadi’s final moments, Moscow has remained sceptical of the raid’s outcome – and whether it took place at all. Trump, however, has promised to release some video evidence of the operation, even if partially.
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