Hard-left Renée Graham, a columnist for the Boston Globe, compared the caravans springing up around the country to support President Donald Trump with Islamic State terrorist invasions.
“See the difference? Me neither.” Graham tweeted on Saturday under two photos, one of a pro-Trump caravan and the other of footage of armed ISIS terrorists.
See the difference? Me neither. pic.twitter.com/vRkGJOoyZ9
— Renée Graham 🏳️🌈 (@reneeygraham) October 31, 2020
It is Comrade Graham’s peeps who are ISIS. They tear down statues, burn churches, and kill people.
Your ignorance is offensive. https://t.co/m7QWWgwvIb
— Arthur Schwartz (@ArthurSchwartz) October 31, 2020
I see stage 4 Trump Derangement Syndrome.
— Mark Dice (@MarkDice) October 31, 2020
Send your gay friends to visit each group. Then you can mourn the ones slaughtered by the group on the right.
— trunalimunumaprzure (@caldodge) November 2, 2020
See the difference? Me neither. pic.twitter.com/zaLMUjRmGc
— Chief Justus Mike Kilo (@Mike___Kilo) November 1, 2020
— Noam Blum (@neontaster) October 31, 2020
“THIS IS THE “BOSTON GLOBE”” a bird cage liner known for radical, plagiarizing Commies.
— Rich Dowling (@DowlingRad19) November 2, 2020
See the difference, me neither. pic.twitter.com/H42uh2lPNk
— Mixon (@Mixon510) October 31, 2020
One loves Freedom and all walks of life… the other burns Christians in cages… Glad I could help, and may God bless you!
— Sam Benedict (@SamBenedict01) November 2, 2020
Nope! Looks the same
— Josh C. (@DocChiFMF) November 2, 2020