Terror group al-Qaeda joins liberal media, Kasich, McMullin in smearing Bannon

al Qaeda joins with liberal mediaIt seems there’s not much separating the corrupt liberal media from the terror group al-Qaeda.  On Monday, the Foreign News Desk reported that the group responsible for the 9/11 terror attack has joined forces with the so-called “mainstream media,” known here as the Democrat-media complex, to smear Trump strategist Stephen Bannon.

According to the Foreign Desk:

Al Masra, a Yemen-based Al Qaeda weekly newspaper, devoted an entire article to Trump’s appointment of Bannon, warning that he will bring “white race supremacy” to the highest levels of the White House.

“Stephen Bannon is considered a far-right person, and he is the executive chairman of the controversial far-right Breitbart website,” the paper stated.

“He has already published racist titles against women, Jews, and Muslims. Bannon has changed Breitbart website into far-right forum for Neo-Nazis groups who believes in the white race supremacy and anti-Semitism,” they continued.

The piece also suggested that Reince Priebus’ appointment as chief-of-staff was a ‘conciliatory move’ aimed at appeasing Bannon’s critics.

Apparently, we’re supposed to believe that a radical Islamist group like al-Qaeda cares about attacks against Jews and women…  That’s a bit like the fox saying he’s concerned for the safety of the chickens in the coop — even as he sports feathers in his teeth.

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What’s sad is that the liberal media will buy it, hook, line and sinker, and use it as a wedge against President-elect Trump.

It also appears that al-Qaeda is also siding with Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Evan McMullin, the #NeverTrump candidate put up by Republican sore losers as an alternative to Trump.

Foreign Desk added (Emphasis mine):

Al Qaeda noted criticism from Democratic senators and organizations, such as the Anti-Defamation League, as well as media comments from Republican Gov. John Kasich’s adviser John Weaver and independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin, who have voiced disapproval at Bannon’s appointment.

The ADL has since tempered its criticism of Bannon, adding on the group’s website: “We are not aware of any anti-Semitic statements from Bannon.”

But there’s more, according to Foreign Desk:

Senior Al Qaeda Cleric Abdallah Al Muhaysini, though, has welcomed Trump’s victory as “a crucial step towards Sunni victory.”

Al Muhaysini, a cleric within Al Nusra the Al Qaeda-linked terror group recently renamed as Jabhat Fatah al-Sham fighting Assad forces in Syria, said Trump’s victory would “hasten the end of the American-Shiite coalition,” a reference to the Obama administration’s push to normalize relations with Iran’s government through the nuclear deal, allowing Iran to emerge from isolation as well turning a blind-eye to Iran-backed militias fighting in Iraq, Syria and Yemen.

Exit question: Will George Stephanopoulos or Wolf Blitzer now invite al-Qaeda representatives to discuss the issue on their Sunday shows?

These days, who knows…


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