Allie Stuckey questioned the morality and patriotism of Twitter users criticizing Otto Warmbier, who passed away after returning home in a coma following imprisonment in North Korea, on "For What It's Worth."
Liberal magazine Affinity placed the blame for his detainment, torture and death on the 22-year-old. Salon called him a "frat boy," as though being one is justification for murder. The #Warmbier hashtag is a study in contrasts.
Allie said if his murder doesn't make you angry, she sincerely questions "who you are a person and as an American."