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Unhinged CNN Host Who Ate Human Brain Says Trump Is An ‘Embarrassment To Humankind’ And A ‘Piece Of Sh*t’

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CNN host Reza Aslan, who recently ate human brain on national television, called President Trump an “embarrassment to humankind” for reiterating his call for a travel ban in the aftermath of the London terror attacks.

“We need to be smart, vigilant and tough. We need the courts to give us back our rights,” Trump tweeted. “We need the Travel Ban as an extra level of safety!”

He later added: “Whatever the United States can do to help out in London and the U. K., we will be there – WE ARE WITH YOU. GOD BLESS!”

“This piece of shit is not just an embarrassment to America and a stain on the presidency,” Aslan tweeted in response. “He’s an embarrassment to humankind.”

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Aslan generated controversy earlier this year when he ate human brain with a cannibalistic sect of hinduism on his CNN show, “Believer.”

Aslan is a staunch critic of “Islamophobia.”

“I am a liberal, progressive, secularized American Muslim,” he once wrote in an NPR column. “But when I see that bigotry against my faith — my very identity — has become so commonplace in America that it is shaping into a wedge issue for the midterm elections, I can barely control my anger.

“I can’t imagine how the next generation of American Muslim youth will react to such provocations. I pray that we never find out.”


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  • MatFan

    Liberals are the enemy within. They must be destroyed. They will never stop trying to take the world back to the 7th century.

  • Abesurd

    TAP.TAP AND TAP

  • Charlie Crash

    Reza Aslan- let’s say you went back to Iran to live, and started to openly criticize it’s Supreme Leader and/or President? Would anything happen to you? You need to choose if you want to be an American or not?

  • Charlie Crash

    Reza Aslan- Iranian-American, 1st generation from Tehran and a practicing Muslim. Well, Reza, you have a right to free speech but your naturalized citizenship can be stripped from you, as well as you can be deported…Just saying the facts.

  • honestynow

    Please provide CNN with your thoughts:
    http://www.cnn.com/feedback/

  • concern00

    A prion related disease would be justice.

  • Joseph Chiara

    I guess he wanted to know what it was like to have a human brain.

  • CumExApostolatus

    These united states were founded as a Christian nation.

    Stephen Sedley of Oxford University has written: “…the English Bill of Rights of 1689 (w)as a precursor of the (American) constitutional bar on cruel and unusual punishments…official history has airbrushed a more relevant English precursor: the Instrument of Government, which in 1653 created the office of lord protector, naming its first incumbent Oliver Cromwell and setting up a short-lived republican constitution – Britain’s first and only such document – which in several respects foreshadowed the American presidential model of government.”

    Supreme Court Justice Joseph Storey (who is deservedly worthy of the appellation ‘Conservative’ (as opposed to the Talmudic mole Antonin Scalia), dared to affirm the Christian identity of our nation, as Eamonn Gearon relates: “For many Americans, politicians and otherwise, Christianity was not only a defining feature of the new Republic, but one responsible for making the country successful and prosperous. In 1833, the Supreme Court Justice Joseph Storey published a text that sought to demonstrate that the First Amendment, while not explicit in saying so, was clearly only meant to apply to relations BETWEEN Christian denominations. Rather, as Storey wrote, the First Amendment never intended “to countenance, much less advance Mahometanism, or Judaism, or infidelity by prostrating Christianity.”
    (See Michael Hoffman’s Revisionist History Newsletter No. 90, April-May 2017)

    Reza Aslan can always return to a Mahometan country and renounce his U.S. citizenship if living amongst us is intolerable for him.