Wednesday, November 21, 2012

HuffPosters Can Rage About Anything

The Huffington Post covered a story that the Israeli government has asked their citizens not to Facebook, Tweet, or use any kind of social media to say where rockets fired from Gaza land. Why is this? Because if Hamas fires a rocket, checks Twitter, then finds a bunch of Israelis saying that a rocket landed in the middle of a shopping mall, then Hamas knows to fire another rocket along the same trajectory.

Of course, in order to know this, you need to either have common sense or have bothered to read the article, neither of which is a common trait among the Huffington Poster readership. So they launched into a series of attacks on Israel in strange and often hilarious ways:

Hater logic in action, ladies and gentlemen.

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