CNN political contributor Sally Kohn doesn't like President Trump. Period. Kohn on Wednesday laid out a “straightforward” 5-step plan to not only impeach Trump, but to also install her champion — Hillary Clinton — in the Oval Office.
As expected, Twitter was ready.
Washington Free Beacon Executive Editor Sonny Bunch spotted a “minor” problem with Kohn's plan, right off the bat:
Conservative political and communications consultant Liz Mair, hardly a fan of President Trump's, pointed to another “fly in the ointment” with the plan:
And “neontaster” just wanted to know what Pence has done to warrant impeachment:
The fun continued. This Twitter user pointed to the irony of a Kohn election night tweet:
— TonightsGame.com (@TonightsFights) February 15, 2017
WeaselZippers suggested a one-step plan to Kohn:
— Weasel Zippers (@weaselzippers) February 15, 2017
Radio show host and Breitbart contributor Ken Webster Jr. informed Kohn that in the event of the impeachment of both Trump and Pence, Paul Ryan would already be president:
— Ken Webster Jr (@ProducerKen) February 15, 2017
And HeatStreet writer Emily Zanotti pointed out how really far off base Kohn's plan is:
There was plenty of ridicule as well, with people offering up plans of their own:
The whole thing finally got to Kohn — she suggested that she was just being sarcastic:
Kohn, who bills herself on her Twitter page as “America's second favorite cable news lesbian,” has slammed Trump and the Republicans for “using gay rights and women's rights as a fig leaf to bash Muslims.”
She was widely ridiculed in August over a tweet in defense of “progressive Muslims” and Sharia law:
“Progressive Muslims” are one thing — but Sharia's treatment of women is another.
Still, Sally Kohn's going to have to come up with a better plan if she hopes to separate Donald Trump from his presidency.