Here’s the petition to send CNN’s Sally Kohn to a Sharia-practicing country for a week without bodyguards

Words have consequences. This lesson was brought home in spades after liberal CNN political commentator Sally Kohn took to social media to throw her support in for Sharia Law.

Her support for the 7th century code that turns women into chattel and advocates the killing of gays was meant as a knock to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump — but it may now have come back to haunt her.

In response to Kohn’s defense of the ancient Muslim law, a petition was started asking her “Spend one week in a country where Sharia is the law for LGBTQ-rights (without bodyguards).”

With tongue planted firmly in cheek, the petition begins, “A lot of right-wing nazi bigots are saying Sally Kohn is an idiot for showing support for Sharia Law, especially considering that she is a gay woman. As progressives, we know both Sharia Law and Muslims are tolerant and very LGBTQ friendly.”

Hmm, but how do we prove it to the world? The last half of the petition holds the answer.

“In order to show how LGBTQ friendly the Sharia, and it’s practitioners, are, Sally Kohn should spend a week’s holiday proudly displaying her homosexuality in Raqqa/Riyadh or any other place where Sharia is the law of the land, without guards of course, to show how safe, and how pro LGBTQ these practitioners of Sharia Law are.”

The petition currently has 2,344 signatures, just 156 shy of its stated goal of 2,500

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