Terrorist attacks across Paris have left at least 120 dead, according to reports. In the immediate aftermath, little is known about the perpetrators, their methods or their motivations.
But the lack of information didn’t stop people from drawing conclusions, 140 characters at a time. These are five people who need to stop tweeting.
1. Newt Gingrich
Grigrich used the attacks to push concealed carry permits for France.
Imagine a theater with 10 or 15 citizens with concealed carry permits. We live in an age when evil men have to be killed by good people
— Newt Gingrich (@newtgingrich) November 13, 2015
2. David Frum
Frum responded to the attacks with a snarky tweet about border security. (After the attacks, the French president closed the border.)
Maybe guard the border before the massacre
— David Frum (@davidfrum) November 13, 2015
3. Judith Miller
Miller responded to the attacks by mocking U.S. college students.
Now maybe the whining adolescents at our universities can concentrate on something other than their need for "safe" spaces…
— Judith Miller (@JMfreespeech) November 13, 2015
4. Congressman Jeff Duncan
Duncan used the attacks to sarcastically argue against granting refugee status to Syrians. (Syrian refugees are generally fleeing from terrorists and militants.)
How's that Syrian refugee resettlement look now? How about that mass migration into Europe? Terrorism is alive & well in the world. #No
— Rep. Jeff Duncan (@RepJeffDuncan) November 14, 2015
5. Monica Crowley
The Fox News anchor responded by attacking Obama for not speculating enough about the facts.
And most predictably, Obama doesn't want to "speculate" about the attackers and their motive. Wake the bleep up!
— Monica Crowley (@MonicaCrowley) November 13, 2015