Merriam-Webster has seemingly chosen to involve itself in politics (again) by posting a tweet detailing the origins of the term “crocodile tears.”
While there’d normally be nothing untoward about the tweet, it was posted shortly after Kyle Rittenhouse broke down with visceral, body-racking tears while testifying about the events leading up to the moment he’d opened fire during the Kenosha riots last year.
The term 'crocodile tears' (a superficial display of anguish) comes from a medieval belief that crocodiles shed tears of sadness when killing their prey. https://t.co/tkuVCEbBRa— Merriam-Webster (@MerriamWebster) November 10, 2021
Here’s a pretty rock-solid response to this woke lunacy.
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