Poor, tortured liberal Kirsten Powers is all remorseful and flogging herself over her treatment of the Covington boys who are guilty as sin of standing perfectly still while a crazed Indian decent and wonderful Native American gentleman beat a drum in their arrogant, Trump-loving faces.

Powers, a regular on the Queen of Fake News (CNN), has seen the error of her ways and vows to hate less those who love Trump and is calling for more love, peace, understanding, harmony, justice, equality, and grace now that she has been outed as a hopeless, clueless liberal.

In the eight-part Twitter thread, below, Powers sought to excuse explain her unfair treatment of the Covington boys, pretending to blame herself, but not really. As she explained in Tweet (4), being “Catholic” is a problem that led her to feel “duty bound to speak up and hold them (Covington boys) accountable.” As a fish truly rots from the head, only the Pope can be responsible for this otherwise inexplicable Trump-hate poor Kirsten is struggling to apologize for. That bastard!

Considering the depth of Kirsten’s self-loathing over her Covington boys condemnation, one must wonder how she is dealing with the Jussie Smollett bombshell. And, check out her Wikipedia page. This woman is very confused….

Powers briefly dated former Congressman Anthony Weiner in 2002, and remained his close friend after their romantic relationship ended. After initially defending him when the story of Weiner’s sexting scandal surfaced in May 2011, Powers later condemned his conduct and called for his resignation from Congress.[23]

Powers married Marty Makary, Professor of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University, in January 2010; the couple divorced in 2013.

Powers was raised as an Episcopalian but spent much of her early adult life as an atheist. In her mid-30s, she became an evangelical Christian. The process of conversion began when she dated a religious Christian man, who introduced her to the Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City and the teachings of its pastor, Tim Keller, and culminated in an experience in 2006 when, during a trip to Taiwan, she believes that she was visited by Jesus after waking up in the middle of the night.[5] She has called her conversion “a bit of a mind bender” due to her political beliefs and former atheism, and prefers the term “orthodox Christian” over “evangelical” to describe herself, given the cultural baggage around the latter term.[24] She has said that the biggest impact her new-found faith had on her political beliefs was that she came to “view everyone as God’s child, and that means everyone deserves grace and respect”.[4][18] On October 10, 2015, Powers was received into the Catholic Church.[25][26]