Fired CNN host and so-called “scholar of religions” Reza Aslan, who ate human brains with cannibals, endorsed the “eradication” of Trump supporters in a Sunday tweet, holding them to be synonymous with white nationalists.
The UC-Riverside professor’s chilling remarks are possibly the most vengeful and hateful response on the left to Saturday’s El Paso massacre, carried out by a purported white nationalist who wanted to kill Hispanics.
Aslan went on to repeat his threat to White House policy advisor Kellyanne Conway, expressly singling her out as the “evil” that needed to be eradicated.
Seeing as Kellyanne Conway isn’t even slightly comparable to a hate-fueled white nationalist, it seems apparent that Aslan’s explicit threat applies broadly to any and all Trump supporters.
This isn’t the first time the utterly deranged and wrathful progressive has demanded violence against Trump supporters in a conniption of visceral rage.
The “religious scholar” claimed Covington hate hoax victim Nicholas Sandmann had the “world’s most punchable face” in a tweet dating back to the incident in January.
It would seem calling for a 16-year old boy would be a clear violation of Twitter’s rules, but the fired CNN host escaped scot-free without any consequences after for a call to violence directed at a child.
Observers concerned with Aslan’s repeated violent and quasi-genocidal rhetoric have reported his latest round of death threats to Twitter’s Safety team. But it’s unlikely the deranged leftist will face any consequences, leaving him free to escalate in his repeated pattern of dehumanization and violent threats towards Trump supporters and American patriots.
Biden Supporter Arrested After Shooting at Trump Supporters Driving Pickup Truck
Police have made an arrest in Kingsville, Maryland, after a Joe Biden supporter shot at Trump supporters driving a pickup truck.
The incident happened outside the Biden supporter’s residence. Douglas Kuhn was putting a large “Biden for President” sign up on his property on Saturday, October 17, when drivers of a pickup truck sporting Trump flags innocuously honked their horn while driving by. That was when Kuhn shot at them, according to the Baltimore County Police Department.
Thankfully no one was killed or injured. The pickup truck did not sustain any damage either.
The College Republicans at Towson University released the following statement, noting that the shooting victims were the organization’s former vice president and his father:
— Towson College Republicans (@TowsonCR) October 19, 2020
Douglas Kuhn is currently being held in jail without bail. He has been charged with both first- and second-degree assault.
How many times have we seen or heard stories about leftists—from Biden supporters to Antifa thugs—assaulting or shooting Trump supporters over the past four years? I stopped counting a while ago. Now compare that to the number of times we’ve seen or heard stories about the reverse. It’s negligible. If it happened the mainstream media wouldn’t let us hear the end of it.
Journalists won’t even bother asking Joe Biden about this story, so don’t hold your breath. As Tucker Carlson pointed out in last night’s monologue, they are significantly more concerned with the flavor of shakes he orders during campaign stops.
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