Yesterday the Obama State Department decided to revisit its plans to give an International Woman of Courage Award to Samira Ibrahim, someone with an unfortunate history of tweets celebrating 9/11 and otherwise expressing what some might call unfortunate sentiments like how cool it is that some Israelis got killed in Bulgaria. She claimed that some evil miscreant had hacked her Twitter account and written that nasty stuff, but she was sent packing anyway. Oh no! The hacker is back! The Weekly Standard, the publication that exposed this disgrace in the first place, reports that her latest tweet reads:
"I refuse to apologize to the Zionist lobby in America regarding my previous anti-Zionist statements under pressure from American government therefore they withdrew the award.”
Go away, you mean hacking person who keeps "stealing" this heroic woman's Twitter feed! As the youngsters say, haters gonna hate, and this one seems unstoppable!
We need to send someone to Egypt right away to rescue Ms. Ibrahim, who is no doubt locked in the trunk of this person's car, or closet. While we're there, perhaps we could ask what they are doing with that $250 million of your money John Kerry just gave them. Maybe they're using for their Islamic morality police.