Courage is, as Courage does.
A growing list of celebrities are tweeting their displeasure with the genocidal Israeli assault on Gaza.
Oddly, some have felt the need to apologize afterward.
When pop singer Rihanna tweeted “#Free Palestine” and faced a Zionist backlash, she quickly removed the tweet and kissed up to the war criminals. (Ironically, her new album is called “Unapologetic.”)
NBA star Dwight Howard also tweeted #Free Palestine, then deleted the post, and said “Previous tweet was a mistake. I have never commented on international politics and never will.”
When Jon Stewart expressed sympathy for the people of Gaza, and said “we have to talk about Israel,” he was shouted down by Zionists – and quickly backed down, reassuring the pro-genocide crowd that he was not pro-Hamas.
Even the late, great Helen Thomas, who famously said the genocidal Jewish invaders should “get the hell out of Palestine,” subsequently…
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