While appearing on CNN, Mosab Hassan Yousef, the son of a founding member of Hamas, told Don Lemon that the terror group is not just seeking the complete destruction of Israel — it wants a global Islamic caliphate.
“Hamas is not seeking coexistence and compromise. Hamas is seeking conquest and taking over,” he said. “And by the way, the destruction of the State of Israel is not Hamas’s final destination. Hamas final destination is building the Islamic caliphate, which means an Islamic state under rubble of every other civilization.”
It’s no secret that CNN’s fortunes have been on the decline. Mindful that it is hemorrhaging viewers, the network has been busy seeking solutions, including — as Kevin Whiteman reported late last month — developing “more compelling programming.”
And what could be more compelling than a good joke on cunnilingus? How about an anecdote by Anderson Cooper in which he revealed that his own elderly mother had “been serviced,” if you will, by “the Nijinsky of cunnilingus”?
Give CNN and ABC News.com Senior Political Editor Z. Byron Wolf credit. At least in his article at the network’s website, Wolf didn’t write, as the New York Times Editorial Board did yesterday, that Barack “Obama clearly misspoke when he said,” If you like your insurance, you can keep your insurance. (A person can be said to have misspoken when he says something once that turns out to be incorrect or untrue. When an individual makes the same claim two dozen times, each punctuated by the emphatic exclamation “Period,” he is way past simply misspeaking.)
For some time, propagandists in the so-called “mainstream media,” known here as the “Democrat-media complex,” have engaged in a Soviet-style campaign to demonize conservatives. But will the Alinsky tactics being used against conservatives and supporters of the Constitution result in violence?
From CNN’s Piers Morgan to practically the entire lineup at MSNBC – the official network of insane liberal hate – media outlets have demonized gun owners, supporters of the Constitution, members of the Tea Party, Christians, and pretty much anyone to the right of Josef Stalin.
A petition at the White House “We the People” website calling for the deportation of Piers Morgan, a British subject and CNN propagandist, has crossed the 25,000 signature threshold required for White House action.
The petition was placed online Friday and has over 29,000 signatures as of this writing.