Woman Who Regularly Chastises People for Offensive Jokes Now ‘Stands with Charlie Hebdo’

Accompanied by her usual catch phrase, “this is NOT ok,” 25-year-old Katherine James posted an article on Facebook Wednesday night about how the tragic events regarding the French satire publication Charlie Hebdo “is a sad day for the freedom of expression.”

James, who just a few weeks prior posted an article condemning Chris Rock’s Saturday Night Live monologue because it addressed 9/11 and the Boston Marathon tragedies, went on to declare that the shooting of several French satirists for making a Muhammed joke was a “disgusting” event that violated the concept of freedom of speech that was fundamental to modern Western civilizations.

“What kind of society would we live in if people are not able to say what they want?” she typed out, just hours after delivering a scolding glance to a friend who jokingly called his cat “the r-word.”

James also tweeted, “It’s just shocking that some people think they have the power to censor someone who’s trying to make a joke,” from the same account that allowed her to actively participate in the #CancelColbert campaign last April.

As of press time, James is waiting to post a new article about the developments of the devastating event, probably after seeing what Jezebel.com has to say about it.

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