CNN Jihadi Photo Editor Forced to Resign Due to Anti-Semitic Tweets Celebrating Deaths of ‘Jewish Pigs’

A CNN photo editor was forced to resign following the discovery of tweets that he had made in the past where he apparently celebrated the deaths of “Jewish pigs” and espoused hateful anti-Israel, anti-Semitic beliefs.

Republican operative Arthur Schwartz exposed Mohammed Elshamy, former CNN photo editor, to CNN’s Andrew Kaczynski in a tweet. Kaczynski had written alongside reporter Nathan McDermott about newly appointed Treasury official Monica Crowley and controversial tweets that she had made while she was a Fox News contributor.

Reporter Jordan Schachtel of the Daily Wire also discovered that Elshamy had seemingly been involved in Muslim Brotherhood riots at the Jewish embassy in Cairo, Egypt as apart of the orchestrated Arab Spring uprising.

“Heading to the Zionist embassy again! :)” Elshamy wrote on Aug 20, 2011 in a since-deleted tweet.

He posted other tweets celebrating anti-Jewish terrorism as well:

Elshamy also celebrated Osama Bin Laden, the reported mastermind behind the Sept. 11 attacks.

And noted his support for the anti-Israeli terrorist group Hamas.

CNN told Mediate that they accepted his resignation on Thursday night.

The network has accepted the resignation of a photo editor, who joined CNN earlier this year, after anti-Semitic statements he’d made in 2011 came to light. CNN is committed to maintaining a workplace in which every employee feels safe, secure and free from discrimination regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation or religion.

The fact that CNN didn’t even fire this man is an indicator of their anti-American leanings. It is unlikely that Elshamy was the only Jihadi sympathizer among the ranks of this reviled fake news entity.

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