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Piers Morgan's comments about Greta Thunberg and her role as one of the planets leading climate change activists is well documented.
Previously the Good Morning Britainhost has said that he 'worries' about the Swedish teenager and believes she is being used by adults.
In a tweet that he posted on October 25, Morgan sarcastically mocked Thunberg and asked her when she will be 'reaching school again.'
Congrats. Looks like you're having a lot of fun despite we ghastly adults ruining your childhood.
Will you be reac… https://t.co/DR1yFiRxyo — Piers Morgan (@Piers Morgan)
Now he has mocked the 16-year-old again by taking a pop at the mural of her that was recently unveiled in San Francisco.
The 60-foot-mural was created by Argentinian artist Cobre but Morgan pointed out that the image looked more like Vladimir Putin than the young activist.
Why are they turning her into Vladimir Putin? https://t.co/LNJFUqa7io — Piers Morgan (@Piers Morgan)
How dare you! lol https://t.co/87BwAVkzpj — Zé III rest. (@Zé III rest.)
Why are you obsessed with a child? https://t.co/zIBn9HsD9s — luce ❂ (@luce ❂)
honestly dont get why so many people have such a problem with her when shes doing more for the world than any of yo… https://t.co/Zbh8p6S9Bz — Raedie (@Raedie)
I thought this was Putin. https://t.co/hOuQSmVPpn — Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈)
I can't be the only person that thinks the mural of Greta Thunberg in San Francisco looks like Putin. Right? — frankie b. (@frankie b.)
1. This is creepy and it would be creepy no matter whose face it is.
2. It looks more like Vladimir Putin in a wig… https://t.co/ihARMuNGcr — Dr. Mike ||redacted|| (@Dr. Mike ||redacted||)
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