Lauren Duca, a controversial Teen Vogue columnist, has gone way too far with her Tweet on social media towards Rev. Billy Graham.
The columnist is known for lobbing verbal bombs, but Duca has topped herself with an extremely vile tweet about Rev. Billy Graham, who recently passed away on Wednesday at the age of 99 in his home in North Carolina. “The big news today is that Billy Graham was still alive this whole time. Anyway, have fun in hell, bi–h,” Lauren Duca tweeted.
Billy Graham, beloved evangelist, had been very ill in health for a number of years. He was listed regularly on the polls as one the the “ten most admired men in the world,” having prayed with every president in the White House. Billy Graham has transformed American religion through his preaching and activism, and had become a counselor to presidents and Christian evangelists in American history. Many Twitter users were outraged by the Tweet from Lauren Duca, calling it “gross and despicable.” Duca has been outspoken about her indifference towards President Donald Trump and has even tweeted a “letter” about how Hillary Clinton sent her for showing “courage and poise” on the internet.
Wow. That comment is gross and despicable. But I bet you get a lot of clicks for it. Nice to have such low life goals
— Vince (@seriousserb) February 21, 2018
Reported by breitbart:
Teen Vogue columnist Lauren Duca greeted the death of Billy Graham with tweets attacking the 99-year-old as “evil.”
In another tweet she wrote, “The big news today is that Billy Graham was still alive this whole time. Anyway, have fun in hell, bitch.”
After she was hit with criticism, Duca explained, “‘Respecting the dead’ only applies to people who weren’t evil pieces of shit while they were living, thanks.”
Duca then claimed that her attacks on Graham provoked death threats.
“Conservatives are emailing me death threats over my tweet regarding deceased homophobic pastor Billy Graham,” Duca wrote. “The ethics on this don’t quite line up, but I’m sure their commitment to respecting the dead means they’ll only speak of me lovingly once I have been brutally murdered.”
Teen Vogue made news last year when it published “A Guide to Anal Sex,” which Fox News described as “a graphic tutorial to anal sex for children and teenagers.”