The enemedia has these vicious imams on to spread their poison and savagery, but they won’t have leading counter-jihad voices on.
What’s laughable is the CNN host’s faux outrage. Everyone knows who and what Choudary is. Why have him on? Why not have Robert Spencer or Ibn Warraq or Bat Ye’or? No, they would sooner sharpen the six-inch blade on their executioner’s beheading knife.
The fact is that CNN’s years-long pro-jihad coverage has made its advance possible. Where did they think scrubbing, whitewashing and covering up for Islamic jihad would lead? Mass death and 9/11 jokes — that’s where.
Sunday on CNN’s “Reliable Sources,” host Brian Stelter confronted radical Muslim cleric Anjam Choudary for making a joke about infamous terror attack dates including 9/11 during his sound check preparing for the interview.
Stelter confronted Choudary for making the joke saying, “Here’s what bothers me: When we were setting up for our interview here, the audio engineer asked you to count to ten to check the mic, and you started to do that — but then you said 9/11, 7/7, 3/11. Is this all some sort of joke to you?”
Choudary shot back, “You know, if you had a sense of humor, you would have laughed at that. It was just a sound check.”
“You shouldn’t take any of these things that seriously. If you want to make it a big deal, then so, but it makes you look much more shallow, really,” he added.
The 7/7 refers to the July 2005 London bus and tube bombings that killed 52 and injured over 700 people.
The 3/11 was referencing the March 11, 2004 Madrid train bombings that killed 191 people and injured 1,800.
Courtesy of Pamela Geller.