CNN Asks Americans to Support Muslims... By Wearing Hijabs?!
After the past few months, you may have thought leftist media couldn't get any wronger. It's been a record year for them after all. But CNN never fails to disappoint (see CAUGHT: CNN Tries to Cover Up Story Falsely Accusing Trump of Voter Fraud)...
On the heels of another terror attack on US soil (see BLAME THE GUNS? Ohio State ‘Shooter’ is Actually Knife-Weilding Somali…), the network ran a segment about Muslim women not feeling safe wearing their hijabs. Apparently it's a real problem, what with all the Islamic rape culture Donald Trump.
Well, CNN's Alisyn Camerota might have a solution...
Alisyn: Maybe there will be a movement where people wear the head scarf in solidarity. You know, even if you’re not Muslim. Maybe it’s the way people shave their heads, you know, sometimes in solidarity with somebody who is going through something.
Let us briefly recap, because stupidity moves at an alarming rate. It can be hard to keep up. According to the left, it sucks to wear a hijab right now. We're on the same page there. Hijabs are the worst (see BOSNIA: Writer Criticizes Hijabs. 'Peaceful' Muslims Call for Her Death...). But CNN thinks said suckness is due to Donald Trump... Not the fact that Islam forces Muslim women to drape their heads with face curtains.
The worst part? Alisyn is a butchered attempt at making the name "Alison" interesting. But more importantly, the host goes on to implore other women to embrace Islam's rape culture by wrapping up in a burrito of oppression.
My thoughts exactly.
Dressing in the garments of a crappy religion doesn't seem helpful in this case. But if I may suggest an alternative... How about we all blow up terrorists in solidarity? Maybe we can try that. Or we can all walk around in Snuggies and call it a day. They're like burkas minus all the sexism. Also waaay comfier.
Oh, and speaking of Muslim women feeling unsafe - their fear is warranted. Being subjected to radical, rapey Islam sucks. Which is why Muslims need a civil war...