Apr 22 2011
Apparently, ‘scapegoating Muslims’ has become the new politically correct defininition of telling the truth about Islam. At least if you care about what terrorist sympathizers on the Left and terrorist front groups like CAIR would have you believe. Yet another reason why (Liberal) Media Matters, shouldn’t.
Media Matters – During the recent interview with Keith ‘Crocodile Tears’ Ellison (D-MN), Sean Hannity asked him to provide examples of FOX NEWS scapegoating Muslims. When Ellison failed to make the case, Media Matters jumped to the challenge. Problem is, everything stated here is fact, not a goat in sight. But a lot of jackasses at Media Matters.
1.) When Hannity said that Ellison would “embolden Islamic extremists and make new ones” by using a copy of the Quran during a ceremonial photo – a move Hannity compared to using “Hitler’s Mein Kampf”–he was inciting and dividing Americans along religious lines.
3.) When Brian Kilmeade said that “all terrorists are Muslims, ” he was inciting and dividing Americans along religious lines.
4.) When O’Reilly declared that “there is a Muslim problem in the world,” he was scapegoating the Muslim community.
5.) When Bill Hemmer warned that a cultural center in Manhattan could serve as “the first stop for a radical jihadist who comes to America who wants to go pray,” he was inciting and dividing Americans along religious lines.
6.) When Dick Morris claimed that the center would become a “command center for terrorism,” he was inciting and dividing Americans along religious lines.
7.) When Fox News regular Ann Coulter appeared on The O’Reilly Factor and said that “if all Muslims would boycott airlines, we could dispense with airport security altogether,” she was scapegoating the Muslim community.
8.) When Peter Johnson, Jr., said that New York Muslims should “give up their rights” so as to be “good neighbors,” he was inciting and dividing Americans along religious lines.
9.) When Fox News’ Ralph Peters responded to the tragic Fort Hood shooting by saying, “It’s clear that the problem is Islam,” he was scapegoating the Muslim community.
10.) When Fox News contributor Richard “Bo” Dietl declared that we have to profile “guys that look like Aba Daba Doo and Aba Daba Dah,” he was inciting and dividing Americans along religious lines.