2:18pm PST, Nov 17, 2023
On TikTok in mid-November, a handful of young people openly sympathized with and shared support for Osama Bin Laden’s “Letter To America” missive, which was first published in 2002 in the wake of the 9/11 terror attacks he orchestrated. In the letter, the late Al-Qaeda leader attempted to justify the attacks, which ultimately claimed the lives of nearly 3,000 people. Now — amid Israel’s ongoing war with Hamas — several people are seemingly aligning with the terror leader’s ideals.
Many of the supportive social media posts have been taken down by the platforms on which they appeared — but not before they caught the attention of some bold-faced names in Hollywood and beyond…
Meghan McCain, for example, took to social media to address the new Bin Laden sympathizers: “I’m so scared of gen z because apparently their brains are so poisoned they…