The latest reason to ban TikTok — which Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) calls “the social media arm of the Chinese Communist Party” — can be seen this week with the resurgence of Osama bin Laden’s 2002 “Letter to America.”
Brain-dead social media users are promoting the letter that pointed to America’s support for Israel to justify the 9/11 terrorist attack that killed nearly 3,000 people to suggest that bin Laden was right — in the aftermath of the barbaric attack on Israeli citizens by the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas, Jew-hating has seemingly become vogue on the left.
TikTok removed the hashtag #lettertoamerica from its search function, but Megyn Kelly set her sights on a different target — the parents of these brain-dead kids pushing the letter.
“To the parents of all of these losers suddenly persuaded by the deranged musings of the man who murdered 3k American innocents: you failed. You were likely boozing, marching for some L-wing cause and/or simply ignoring your kids,” she tweeted.
“You failed to teach wrong from right, a proper moral code, a love of country and perspective on America’s role in the world,” she continued. “Bc you failed, my kids and others are going to have to grow up battling these assholes for the future of the United States. I have every confidence they can do it, but I resent and judge you for making it necessary as opposed to fostering a life in which they can focus solely on growth, joy, love, family, hard work and creation.”
Kelly expressed an optimism in her conclusion that many struggle to find.
“No point getting bogged down in it however, trust me when I tell you that the majority of Americans – this generation and the next – will fight to defeat the pernicious lunacy you’ve unleashed. And we will win,” she wrote.
To the parents of all of these losers suddenly persuaded by the deranged musings of the man who murdered 3k American innocents: you failed. You were likely boozing, marching for some L-wing cause and/or simply ignoring your kids. You failed to teach wrong from right, a proper…
— Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) November 16, 2023
Kelly earned high praise for her analogy:
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 16, 2023
The trending letter was also discussed on Kelly’s popular podcast
“Anyone who lived through 9/11 is recoiling in horror at what these young people are saying. They’ve been indoctrinated, their minds have been twisted. They’ve been brainwashed, they’re weak. They’re weak pathetic souls,” she said to open the segment.
As Kelly alluded to in her tweet, those who lack a “proper moral code” are in no position to teach their children anything. Then again, it’s hard to deny at this point that the education system in America is broken — beyond repair in its current form.
Our institutions of higher learning are little more than indoctrination centers manned by Marxist revolutionaries and other radical left operatives set on destroying America. As one social media user noted, diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives and critical race theory MUST be ripped out of our schools — under the leadership of Gov. Ron DeSantis, Florida has gotten a jump on the rest of the nation here:
Know so many kids who were brought up very intentionally just like you said they should and they just totally flipped in college. A sight to behold. Brokenhearted parents. This can happen to you Megyn. Careful.
It often really is the universities.
Rip DEI and CRT and gender…
— $8 Bartemy (@BartemyS) November 16, 2023
Here’s a quick sampling of other responses to the story, as seen on X:
Love every word of this, Megyn. They are failing their children. We must be better.
— Burt Macklin (@BurtMaclin_FBI) November 16, 2023
The teachers union holds as much if not more for pushing the white hate. Don’t let the teachers off the hook.
— J Dozer (@JWDoz1) November 16, 2023
Is it the parents? Or might the hidden cesspools brewing in the lofty universities they worked hard to get their kids into so they would have a better future have blame to share.
— thats.all (@liquidgoldcup) November 16, 2023
I wish I shared your optimism on who will win, but the rest is
— Barbara (@Barbara_Clemns) November 16, 2023
TikTok is both the symptom AND the disease.
Gen Z just willingly infects themselves.
— And Don’t Call Me Shirley. (@Meme_Behavior) November 16, 2023
Anti-American and anti-Israel propaganda gaining steam because our kids are easy to manipulate. Maybe parents are the same.
— Yulia Goldshteyn (@GoldshteynYulia) November 16, 2023
@megynkelly I am a licensed teacher. The state of Minnesota is more focused on indoctrination than they are on education- parents pay attention to what your children are learning at school and what they are watching on platforms like TikTok.
— Sue Ellen (@EstergrenSue) November 16, 2023
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