Michael Kane, a radio business reporter from Canada, tweeted something he surely regrets last Saturday, August 5th. Perhaps realizing it was a bad move, Kane deleted the tweet, but not before Twitter got wind of it.
"My sources tell me that they may be heading to The Children's Place to purchase clothing known as "pajamas." A sleeper-cell, if you will."— Imraan Siddiqi (@imraansiddiqi) August 6, 2017
You seem confused. Muslim women wearing underwear of any kind IS NOT NEWS, is not making anyone uneasy. Your creepy as observations are.— Cheryl (@WryAndGinger) August 6, 2017
One time I saw a Christian priest in religious garb browsing the shaving cream section of a supermarket. I'm just a reporter.— Barry White Nonsense (@ESLBarry) August 7, 2017
I'm just a reporter: saw two modestly-dressed men with religious headgear coming out of Champs Sports in the Eaton Centre.— HR (@tx5th) August 7, 2017
Is "I'm just a reporter" the new, "I'm not racist, but..."?— Drew Gibson (@SuppressThis) August 7, 2017
I'm just a reporter: just saw two White women in uggs leaving the spice aisle of the grocery store.— Ju-Hyun Park (@Hermit_Hwarang) August 6, 2017