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Friday, December 30, 2016

Steve Martin Deletes Carrie Fisher Tweet After Social Justice Warrior Attack

Steve Martin deleted a tweet intended to honor his longtime friend Carrie Fisher, who died Tuesday at 60, amidst a barrage of attacks online from crazed Social Justice Warriors.

On Tuesday, shortly after the actress died in a hospital after suffering a heart attack on a transatlantic flight Friday, Martin tweeted, “When I was a young man, Carrie Fisher was the most beautiful creature I had ever seen. She turned out to be witty and bright as well.”

SJWs went on attack.

New York Magazine even published an entire post critical of Martin’s tweet, originally headlined “Steve Martin, This Is a Bad Tribute to Carrie Fisher.”

Martin took down the tweet a few hours after posting it.

-RW

(via Yahoo)


2 comments:

  1. And this is why the West has been losing. Not that there are SJW lunatics. But the fact that "we" continue to care what they say and think. Instead, people like Steve Martin should wonder what was so damned wrong about what he tweeted, realized there wasn't anything wrong, and told the SJWs to go to hell.


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    1. I presume that most people are shocked when reasonable favorable comments are vicously denounced by hateful people. They have never read "SJW Attack Survival Guide (EN)" by Vox Day.
      http://www.voxday.net/mart/SJW_Attack_Survival_Guide.pdf

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