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Boston Globe associate editor compares Trump supporters to ISIS

An associate editor for the Boston Globe issued a tweet comparing a Trump vehicle convoy to a convoy of ISIS militants. She was hammered on Twitter for the remark.

Ian Miles Cheong Montreal, QC
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An associate editor for the Boston Globe issued a tweet comparing a Trump vehicle convoy to a convoy of ISIS militants. She was hammered on Twitter for the remark.

In a tweet posted on Saturday, Renee Graham, who is a pop culture critic for the paper, posted pictures of a Trump vehicle rally juxtaposed against a convoy of ISIS terrorists bearing black flags and firearms with the caption, “See the difference? Me neither.”

The tweet caught steam on social media, garnering thousands of retweets and likes, before it was swiftly mocked by conservatives.

Radio host and Trump supporter Sebastian Gorka wrote, “Yes you moron. The left is a group of Patriots who love America and our Judeo-Christian Civilization. The right are savages who kill Christians, Jews, atheists, and apostate Muslims. And you’re still an imbecile.”

Australian columnist Rita Panahi brought the truth to the matter into the light, as did author and writer Rod Dreher.

American Enterprise Institute scholar and philosophy professor Christina Hoff Sommers observed Graham’s status as a journalist in two pre-eminent publications, NPR and Boston Globe.

The Federalist’s Ben Domenech quipped, “Ford vs. Toyota? Oh wait, right, the *beheadings*.”

Fox News contributor and political commentator Stephen Miller wrote: “You would get mad if a drone strike actually took out the one on the right?”

“I bet many of the ones on the left killed the ones on the right,” wrote Fox News contributor Johnny Jones.

“These are the kind of crazy conclusions that post-literate online culture helps foment,” noted Intercept contributor Murtaza M. Hussain.

“Yes, the one waving the black flags want to kill you, while the other one waving Trump and American flags want to kill them before they do,” wrote Steve Deace.

As noted by the Daily Wire, Graham had previously written in a February 2019 column, stating: “Too often many behave as if this nation had it all figured out until Trump came along and ruined everything. He’s only slicing deeper into long untended wounds.”

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