On Saturday, Reza Aslan, host of CNN’s Believer TV series attacked President Trump, calling him a “piece of sh*t” for correctly identifying the London terrorist attack, Breitbart.com reported. Aslan’s attack was in response to a tweet in which the president stressed the need to implement his previously suggested travel ban in order to prevent terrorism in America.
We need to be smart, vigilant and tough. We need the courts to give us back our rights. We need the Travel Ban as an extra level of safety!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 3, 2017
Quoting this tweet, Aslan wrote:
But that’s not all. According to Breitbart:
After NBC Nightly News refused to report on President Trump’s assertion that the London attacks were an act of Islamic Terror, Aslan quoted the tweet, calling President Trump a “man baby” and claiming that he must be “ignored in times of crisis,”
Translation: the president is a man baby that must be ignored in times of crisis. https://t.co/Kv1hIC7hEG
— Reza Aslan (@rezaaslan) June 3, 2017
In other words, whenever there’s a Republican in office who correctly observes terrorism, he or she must be ignored.
Aslan is best known for coming under heavy criticism after eating part of a human brain while filming a segment on a Hindu sect in India as part of his TV series Believer. The US India Political Action Committee commented on Aslan’s actions at the time saying, “With multiple reports of hate-fuelled attacks against people of Indian origin from across the US, the show characterizes Hinduism as cannibalistic, which is a bizarre way of looking at the third largest religion in the world.”
Media analyst Mark Dice responded:
The Daily Caller noted:
Aslan generated controversy earlier this year when he ate human brain with a cannibalistic sect of hinduism on his CNN show, “Believer.”
Aslan is a staunch critic of “Islamophobia.”
“I am a liberal, progressive, secularized American Muslim,” he once wrote in an NPR column. “But when I see that bigotry against my faith — my very identity — has become so commonplace in America that it is shaping into a wedge issue for the midterm elections, I can barely control my anger.
“I can’t imagine how the next generation of American Muslim youth will react to such provocations. I pray that we never find out.”
Hmmm… Sure sounds like it…
@CNN really is ISIS.
— John (@jfyuga) June 4, 2017
As we reported yesterday, the phrase “CNN is ISIS” began trending on Twitter in response to Kathy Griffin’s ISIS-like propaganda photo she tried to pass off as “comedy.”
It’s no wonder CNN is now seen as the least-trusted name in cable news…
- ‘CNN is ISIS’ trends on Twitter thanks to Trump supporters
- Hannity, Stop the Scalpings tweet list of Don Lemon’s advertisers
- Pathetic: Kathy Griffin blames ‘older white guy’ Donald Trump for her offensive ISIS-like photo
- ‘I’ll go direct for Barron’ – Kathy Griffin still blames ‘a bunch of white guys’ for career collapse
- TMZ: Barron Trump thought Kathy Griffin really held his father’s head
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