Teen Vogue Writer Tells Billy Graham To ‘Have Fun In Hell’

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The woman, whose feminist crusade has been openly praised by Hillary Clinton, refuses to back down from her nasty tweets about Billy Graham who passed away peacefully this week.

Lauren Duca, 27, is a columnist for Teen Vogue and is the reason you should talk to your daughters about online media. She graduated college in 2013 and doesn’t appear to have ever had a job outside of online writing.

You can read our obituary of Billy Graham here.

Lauren Duca Insults Billy Graham…

So, as the left does, Duca used the death to remind us that we need to pay attention to her, too. She wrote and posted this nasty tweet saying that Graham, who proselytized and was integral to the conversion and continued faith of millions, is in Hell:

…and Refuses To Apologize

When she was written by up Fox News, she responded via Twitter again lashing out at Billy Graham instead of addressing the complaints raised against her.

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Hey Duca. Millions of innocent Africans now suffer with HIV and AIDS because western white gay men refused to stop sodomizing each other.

And in this response we have another classic leftist move. She doesn’t even believe in Christianity, and hasn’t the slightest clue about Christian views of the afterlife but still tries to shove it back into our faces.

She thinks our book is full of lies and garbage, but she brings up Biblical teachings — the teachings that she thinks are trash! — to attempt to tell us what’s what.

The world doesn’t need any more atheists telling us Christians how to interpret our religion, and we certainly don’t need to take her seriously when she sees the death of a man as a way to gain attention for herself. Even Rev. Franklin Graham hasn’t been using social media to draw attention to himself. Billy’s son instead is posting verses from Psalms and Revelation.

Lauren Duca On Donald

In December 2016, Duca wrote a piece for the online rag called Donald Trump is Gaslighting America arguing that Trump is deceitful. This marked a turnaround for the magazine into a mouthpiece for the Democrat party during the election.

Haha, Trump still won. Move to Canada, why don’t you.

Lauren Duca on Ivanka

In December of 2016, Duca went up against Tucker Carlson calling him a “partisan hack” and he responded that she should stick with the “thigh-high boots,” referencing Duca’s articles on the fashion of America-hating pop star Ariana Grande instead of going after the lovely Ivanka.

The ten minute video of the exchange is below. Like all Tucker clips, it’s pure gold.

In response, Duca sold t-shirts with the phrase “I like my politics thigh-high” printed on the front and donated the proceeds to Planned Parenthood in Tucker Carlson’s name.

Hillary Clinton on Lauren Duca

Clinton was hailed as the guest editor for a December 2017 issue of Teen Vogue. The issue was the last to be printed, and was a soft pillow for that witch to land on after her failed attempt to hijack the country. I’d pull a quote from the introduction to her editorial spot, but it’s the same boo-hoo feminism garbage you’ve already laughed at a thousand times.

In June of last year, Hillary sent Duca a thank-you note in the mail referring to a piece written up by the New York Times, crying that the Internet is mean to women.

This Is Your Brain On Teen Vogue

Despite being aimed at teenagers, Teen Vogue manages to have more crash, adult and sexualized content than gossip and domestic magazines aimed at adult women. Here are some of their fantastic articles:

What to Get a Friend Post-Abortion:

“The worst part of all this isn’t the procedure itself (which by the way is completely safe as long as you have access to a good clinic). The worst part is how you’re treated afterwards.”

Anal Sex: What You Need to Know:

“This is anal 101, for teens, beginners, and all inquisitive folk… Anal sex, though often stigmatized, is a perfectly natural way to engage in sexual activity.”

Planned Parenthood Videos Explain HIV Prevention Drugs PrEP and PEP:

“Despite advances in the treatment and prevention of HIV, many systemic barriers still block black people and people of color from getting the health care they need.”

The Cosmos I read at the hair salon may be a bit raunchy, but they’re aimed at grown women. This magazine is for teenagers and wants to coach them on abortions, anal sex and how gay white men are treated better in society than black people.

Sources: Teen Vogue, Wikipedia, Twitter

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