Above: Religious/Islamic scholar Reza Aslan, who recently hosted a show on CNN titled “Believer With Reza Aslan” (on which he is alleged to have eaten a human brain) and is set to release yet another program for HBO, went on a shocking rant this week calling for the eradication of President Trump and any and all who support him.
The totalitarian tones cannot be overlooked and is yet another example of how radicalized the far-left media in America has become.
Twitter has taken no action against Mr. Aslan’s posts.
Aslan’s claims of Trump racism are even more bizarre when considering the considerable support President Trump receives from minority voters as tabulated by none other than the New York Times:
Voted for Trump :
source : NY Times Exit poll data
The above information confirms yet again the how the anti-Trump hysteria from the far-left is largely manufactured and has nothing to do with race and everything to do with the fact President Trump is working very hard to return power to the American people by taking it back from the elites.
Until then, if you are among the few who still watches CNN, you might want to consider not doing so any longer given its contributors’ Hitleresque willingness to use terms like eradication when talking about tens of millions of Americans:
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