ANALYSIS: No One Cares About Ukraine As Much As Jennifer Rubin

Double flag emoji reflects intensity of columnist's passion

April 9, 2022

Jennifer Rubin, a "pro-democracy opinion writer," cares more about Ukraine than anyone else living within the Acela corridor, a Washington Free Beacon analysis has determined.

The Washington Post journalist's verified Twitter account lists her name as "Jennifer 'I stand with Ukraine' Rubin," which suggests an extraordinary level of dedication to the Ukrainian people and their efforts to defend their country in the face of Russian aggression.

The intensity of Rubin's passion for Ukraine is further evidenced by the double Ukrainian flag emoji that also appear on her verified Twitter account. This means that every time Rubin posts a tweet—whether it be an inspiring message or some insightful commentary—every single one of her 668,000 followers is reminded that she stands with Ukraine and cares at least twice as much as the average social media poster.

We don't know what she's talking about, either. In any event, Rubin's selfless display of support for the Ukrainian cause should serve as inspiration to her fellow social media posters to start caring more and be better global citizens in these increasingly turbulent times. God bless!

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